A hasty and unplanned demolition in Kilburn

Article by Richard ManyonDispute Resolution partner, first published at Construction News online on 30 April 2015. Richard discusses how most people would be upset if their local alehouse closed down, but writes that we should spare a thought for the pub quizzers and beer sippers of Kilburn whose local was bulldozed without warning last month. 

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   30 April 2015

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A hasty and unplanned demolition in Kilburn