Started in 1997, the Considerate Constructors Scheme was set up by
the UK construction industry to improve its image. Since then, the
Scheme has registered and monitored over 80,000 sites and has been
instrumental in many of the improvements enjoyed today.
The Scheme is a non-profit-making, independent organisation founded by the
industry and recommended by local authorities and the Government.
The Scheme is neither grant maintained, nor funded by the Government, and is
solely financed by its registrations.
The Scheme is recognised by the UK construction industry as a major force in
improving its image through the registration and monitoring of UK
sites, companies and suppliers.
There are three ways to register with the Scheme:
The Scheme aims to improve the image of construction through the registration of sites, companies and
suppliers and sharing industry best practice. Please click the links below to find out more.Examples of Innovation National Site Awards Examples of Good Practice Seminars andWorkshops Spotlight on... Code of Considerate Practice