Procurement: Too hot to handle

James Falle reviews the avoidance of procurement challenges ‘The authority needs to pause first. Perhaps rather than simply writing to the claimant, notifying a decision to abandon, it needs to consider negotiating. It could seek to agree the terms on which it pulls the procurement.’ When faced with a challenge to their procurement decisions, public …
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Cases Referenced

  • Amey Highways Ltd v West Sussex County Council [2019] EWHC 1291 (TCC)
  • Apcoa Parking (UK) Ltd v City of Westminster [2010] EWHC 943 (QB)
  • Embassy Limousines & Services v European Parliament [1998] EUECJ T-203/96
  • Hospital Ingenieure Krankenhaustechnik Planungs GmbH v Stadt Wien [2002] EUECJ C-92/00
  • Kauppatolo Hansel Oy v Imatran Kaupunki [2003] EUECJ C-244/02
  • Metalmeccanica Fracasso SpA v Amt de Salzburger Landesregierung [1999] EUECJ C-27/98
  • Montpellier Estates Ltd v Leeds City Council [2013] EWHC 166 (QB)
  • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority v EnergySolutions EU Ltd [2017] UKSC 34