Abandoning a procurement: not always the end of the story – Henderson Chambers

Posted July 3rd, 2019 in local government, news, public procurement, statutory duty by sally

‘In Amey Highways Ltd v West Sussex Highways [2019] EWHC 1291 (TCC), Stuart SmithJ held that a contracting authority’s decision to abandon a procurement following a challenge brought by a disappointed tenderer does not automatically extinguish that tenderer’s claim for damages.’

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Henderson Chambers, 25th June 2019

Source: www.hendersonchambers.co.uk