is a trained and listed arbitrator for disputes within the construction
a fact that any party (involved in a contract) can refer any matter
to arbitration as long as it is an agreed mechanism between the
parties. This is a remedy to contractual dispute that has stood
legal test for over 300 years. However, in modern times the law
has been continually evolved and we now carry out arbitrations in
the UK under the 'Arbitration Act, 1996'. This affords the same
gravitas as the courts although can be carried out privately, which
for many parties in dispute, is preferred.
is capable of resolving many types of dispute and due to this capability
can often be found to form part of a contract as an explicit term
of dispute resolution within that contract.
has been appointed an arbitrator in many cases involving land disputes,
contractual matters, performance issue, negligence and a plethora
of construction matters for, both, industry and private individual.
He sits on the regional committee of the Chartered Institute of
Arbitrators (CIArb) of which he is a fellow. He is also listed with
the RICS so you can be sure of a robust service.