Claim for damages – alleged breach of regulations by local council.
Held: Brent had acted in breach of the 2006 Regulations when it abandoned the tender process and awarded the insurance contracts to LAML. Issues of causation and damages were reserved.
Stanley Burnton J
 EWHC 1094 (Admin),  LGR 429
Public Contracts Regulations 2006
England and Wales
See Also – Risk Management Partners Ltd, Regina (on the Application of) v The Council of London Borough of Brent Admn 22-Apr-2008
Several local authorities had come together to establish a mutual insurance company. The defendants issued a tender for insurance, and the claimants complained that though their tender had been most advantageous, the defendant had abandoned the . .
Appeal from – Brent London Borough Council v Risk Management Partners Ltd CA 9-Jun-2009
Brent appealed from a finding that it had failed when redirecting a contract for insurance and had no power to become a member or participating member of London Authorities Mutual Limited or to make payments or to enter into commitments to make . .
At First Instance – Brent London Borough Council and Others v Risk Management Partners Ltd SC 9-Feb-2011
The council had put out to tender its insurance requirements. The respondent submitted its bid. The council then withdrew the tender in order to take up membership of a mutual company providing such services created by local authorities in London. . .
These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 07 February 2021; Ref: scu.267719