Construction dispute resolution solicitors in Leeds, Harrogate, Wakefield and London

Our specialist construction dispute resolution team understands the demands and pressures of the construction industry. We act for all types of clients within the industry, from small to medium businesses to individual contractors and sub-contractors.

We offer a FREE initial consultation for construction disputes. So if you need help with a dispute, contact us today for a no-obligation initial discussion.

Why choose our construction disputes solicitors?

Our team understands that, while disputes are sometimes unavoidable, they need to be resolved as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. We will work with you to obtain the best possible outcome, and, where possible, to ensure that your commercial relationships are maintained.

Our specialist construction disputes solicitors are experienced in dealing with:

  • Negotiation
  • Mediation
  • Adjudication
  • Arbitration
  • Litigation in the Technology and Construction Court

We work closely with our professional negligence, property disputes, debt recovery and property teams to ensure that you receive the best possible advice.

Our construction dispute team can offer competitive and flexible pricing structures (including fixed fees in some cases), to ensure that your dispute is resolved in a cost-effective manner.

What can our construction disputes solicitors do for you?

Our team has a wealth of experience in all types of construction disputes, and have been successful in obtaining excellent results for our clients from adjudication, up to the Court of Appeal. We can assist you with:

  • Payment disputes
  • Contractual disputes
  • Disputes over final accounts
  • Extensions of time
  • Negligence claims

Expert Advice

Steven Newdall

Steven Newdall


T. 0113 297 3152

Steven has 25 years’ experience in professional negligence claims and is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association. He acts for both Claimants and Defendants, and has a particular speciality in claims against solicitors.

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