International Journal of Law in the Built Environment: Volume 3 Issue 1


Table of contents

Guest editorial: the end of the British public university?

Martin Hall

This editorial aims to review key changes in the legislation that governs student finance in England, showing how these changes will have a significant impact on the…

ADR for a built environment interdiscipline: curriculum and practical applications

Jill Howieson

This paper's central purpose is to demonstrate that facilitative alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes can assist in the development of a built environment…


Towards a code of professional conduct for construction mediators

Penny Brooker

The purpose of this paper is to examine the codes of professional conduct observed by construction mediators in England and Wales with the aim of assessing whether they…


Integrated product policy: products and their impact on energy

Rosalind Malcolm

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the Ecodesign Directive and the extent to which it provides a regulatory framework for life‐cycle assessment approaches which…

Planning for nuisance?: A review of the effects of the Planning Act 2008 on the statutory authority defence in the UK

Francis Moor

The purpose of this paper is to explore and examine the impact of s.158 of the Planning Act 2008 in the UK, which awards the defence of statutory authority to developers…

A general duty to co‐operate in construction contracts? An international review

Evaldas Klimas

The purpose of this paper is to identify the substance of any general duty to co‐operate that might exist in relation to construction contracts. It also explores the…

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2009 – 2017

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Emerald Publishing Limited

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