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After Carillion: the function of procurement in public projects

The post-Carillion debates must consider the effectiveness of local authority procurement strategies Recent concerns over the financial health of Capita and the collapse of Carillion has called into question the effectiveness of procurement processes in government contracts aimed at delivering the lowest cost to the public sector. Our research on large scale projects called into question the received wisdom of … Continue reading

20 March 2018 by
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Healthy rivers, healthy cities? The case of Sheffield and its rivers

Jon Morris

The UK Government’s new 25-year environmental plan shows the need to increase biodiversity and resilience of our waterways. This has implications far beyond the immediate health of the river system itself Theresa May’s declaration on January 11th to deliver a ‘Green Brexit’ as part of a new 25-year environmental plan emphasises the Government’s commitment to delivering cleaner water, improve biodiversity, … Continue reading

24 January 2018 by
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