Welcome to Silver Shemmings Ash
We are a team of leading Construction & Property Law specialists
based in the City of London advising our clients around the UK and overseas
“I thought it was an excellent seminar. I’ve been to the same sort of seminar a number of times over the years, but I have to honestly say that Henry is the best presenter I have heard on the topic”
“A problem solver. Whatever the problem Richard takes ownership and then leads from the front with tenacity and drive. Providing confidence, clarity and ultimately a successful outcome”
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“A first class Construction Lawyer. Always offering innovative, strategic solutions”
“Having worked with Henry over a period of time it’s clear he has worked in the construction industry before law. His advice is practical, straightforward and he is fully aware of the commercial realities people face in the industry”
“A true specialist in the field and an astute tactician who enthusiastically focuses on achieving a successful outcome for her clients”
“Excellent. He took detailed instructions and swiftly got to the root of the matter in addition to making valuable observations on the surrounding issues”
“Laughlan was always available to provide succinct advice that took into account both the immediate legal and wider commercial context”
The Legal Corner Blog Team has published it’s latest article, from Paralegal Shriya Chandarana, on the potential effects of BREXIT on the Construction sector of Brexit Prior […]Learn More
Given that the UK is currently celebrating its greenest year ever, with renewable energy usage surpassing fossil fuel for over 130 days of 2019, it seemed an […]Learn More
I am writing this article on 31st January with less than twelve hours to go before the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, and I am thinking […]Learn More
When discussing how a project will be procured clients assume more often than not that we will suggest amending the standard form being proposed and that any […]Learn More
4th March 2020 - Problems With The NEC Part 2
Wednesday 11th March 2020 - Effective Delay Analysis – The Tools & Techniques (NEW)
Wednesday 18th March 2020 - What Is Concurrent Delay? NEW
Thursday 19th March 2020 - QS Series – Loss & Expense (Evening) NEWView Full Llist
Wednesday 11th March 2020 - Delay And Disruption In Construction Contracts
Wednesday 20th April 2020 - But Surely I Can’t Be Held Responsible? Design, Negligence & Duty To Warn
Thursday 16th April 2020 - JCT v NEC: A Comparative Analysis NEW
Wednesday 13th May 2020 - Project SecurityView Full Llist
We are a leading law firm of Construction and Property Solicitors with a real understanding of the legal issues facing those working in the Construction and Real Estate sectors as well as private individuals. Over the past 10 years we have built a strong reputation for results. This is based upon our ability to offer clear, quick, practical advice in connection with construction projects throughout their lifecycles.
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