Writs issued in the Technology and Construction Court
Queen Elizabeth NHS Trust vs Hyder
W Queen Elizabeth Hospital NHS Trust is suing Hyder Business Services Group and Hyder Ltd for damages of £1,403,541 for breach of a procurement services agreement dated 25 May 2000 and by way of an indemnity pursuant to a guarantee dated 26 May 2000.

Midas vs C&A Consultants
W Midas Construction is suing C&A Consultants (Plymouth) for an expected amount of more than £15,000, alleged damages for breach of contract and/or negligence.

Balfour Beatty vs Lambeth
W Balfour Beatty Construction is suing the mayor and alderman of the London borough of Lambeth for more than £50,000. The claimant seeks to enforce the decision of an adjudicator and/or claims damages arising from a construction contract being liquidated and ascertained damages incorrectly deducted, damages and adjudication fees.

Higgs and Hill vs Festival Leisure Park
W Higgs and Hill Design and Build is suing Festival Leisure Park for £1,730,915 plus VAT for alleged postponement and restrictions of access; information and instructions; changes in the employers requirements; late payment and non-payment and release of retention.

RJC vs Bryant Construction Southern
W RJC is suing Bryant Construction Southern for £189,635.29 plus interest for payment of the balance outstanding on the final account in relation to a subcontract in relation to plastering, dry lining and screeding at 130 Jermyn St, London and/or damages, plus interest to the late payment of commercial debts.

Bromley vs Robert West Consulting
W The mayor andburgesses of te London borough of Bromley is suing Robert West Consulting (Formerly Robert West and Partners) for an expected sum of £231,598.36, alleging damages for a swimming pool as a result of breach of contract and/or negligence in respects of management and/or supervision of refurbishment works.

Capita Trust vs Consort Securities
W Capita Trust Company (formerly Royal & Sun Alliance Trust Company) is suing Consort Securities Systems for a sum in excess of £50,000, alleging damages for breach of contract.