The Preliminary Hearing of the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry, scheduled to take place on Wednesday (19 August), has been postponed as Chairman Lord Hardie is recuperating after a short hospital stay. A spokesman for the Inquiry said: “Lord Hardie had a short unexpected stay in hospital last week and as a result will not be in […]
Lord Hardie will conduct a Preliminary Hearing of the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry on Wednesday 19 August 2015 in Waverley Gate, 2-4 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH1 3EG. At the Preliminary Hearing, Lord Hardie will announce which parties have been designated as Core Participants and he will provide a brief summary of the work undertaken by the […]
The Rt. Honourable the Lord Hardie, Chairman of the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry has today (Wednesday 27 May) issued a formal call for persons or organisations who wish to be designated as ‘core participants’ during his inquiry, with a deadline to apply by 24 June 2015. Underlining the continued good progress of his inquiry, Lord Hardie […]
The Rt. Honourable the Lord Hardie, Chairman of the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry has today (12 May) formally called on members of the public to submit written evidence to the Inquiry, specifically detailing how they were affected by the failure of the Edinburgh Trams project to be delivered on time, within budget and to the extent […]
The Rt. Honourable the Lord Hardie, Chairman of the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry has today (11 December) announced the order of events for his investigation into what went wrong with the planning and construction of Edinburgh’s Trams project. The order of events is contained within the official Edinburgh Tram Inquiry website launched today. Announced in June […]
On 7 November 2014 and at the request of The Right Honourable the Lord Hardie, Scottish Ministers decided to convert the Inquiry to a statutory inquiry.