British Property Federation

The British Property Federation represents and promotes the interests of owners, developers, funders (equity and debt), agents and advisers with a stake in real estate in the UK.

St Albans House
5th Floor
57-59 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4QX
UK
Website: www.bpf.org.uk
Email: info@bpf.org.uk
Tel: 020 7828 0111

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Form of agreement for collateral warranty - CoWa/F (3rd ed. 1992) 1992 Red
Form of agreement for collateral warranty - CoWa/F (4th edition 2005) 2005 Amber
Form of agreement for collateral warranty - CoWa/P and T (2nd ed. 1993) 1993 Red
Form of agreement for collateral warranty - CoWa/P and T (3rd edition, 2005) 2005 Amber
Manual of the BPF system: the British Property Federation System for building design and construction 1983 Red
Model agreement between developer/client and the appropriate archaeological body 1986 Red
Model agreement between developer/client and the appropriate archaeological body 1986 Red
Model agreement between developer/client and the appropriate archaeological body - shorter version 1986 Red
Planning system: a fresh approach 1986 Red

 

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