Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition 2016 now open for entries!

Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition 2016 now open for entries!

Registered sites, companies and suppliers can now enter the increasingly popular Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition, which has returned for its fourth year. The ever-growing...

'Spotlight on… occupational cancers' update

'Spotlight on… occupational cancers' update

In September the Scheme shone a spotlight on the increasingly important issue of occupational cancers and examined what the industry was doing to safeguard...

2016 Monitors’ Checklist launched on 1 February

2016 Monitors’ Checklist launched on 1 February

Since 1 February 2016, all registered sites, companies and suppliers are now monitored on the new 2016 Checklist. Each year the Checklist is revised...

Best Practice Hub hailed a great success

Best Practice Hub hailed a great success

The Best Practice Hub - a free online resource for the industry to share their considerate practice by showcasing examples, innovations and case studies...

Read all about it - issue 39 of Industry Image published

Read all about it - issue 39 of Industry Image published

‘Good tidings to all’ as the latest issue of the Scheme’s digital magazine is published. The December issue is jam-packed with fabulous news, views...

Read all about it - issue 39 of Industry Image published

Read all about it - issue 39 of Industry Image published

‘Good tidings to all’ as the latest issue of the Scheme’s digital magazine is published. The...

2016 Monitors’ Checklist launched on 1 February

2016 Monitors’ Checklist launched on 1 February

Since 1 February 2016, all registered sites, companies and suppliers are now monitored on the...

'Spotlight on… occupational cancers' update

'Spotlight on… occupational cancers' update

In September the Scheme shone a spotlight on the increasingly important issue of occupational...

April 2010

Photograph of the Monitors' Regional Meetings taking place

The Considerate Constructors Scheme has completed its first phase of this year’s bi-annual Monitor Regional meetings, which took place in March. The Scheme has a total of 116 Monitors and is in the process of taking on around 30 more. This increase in Monitors reflects the influx of site and company registrations and the need for additional resource.

These seven regional meetings allow Monitors from all regions, and Scheme Directors, to meet up and discuss monitoring issues and Scheme developments. Each meeting was chaired by a Scheme Director and attended by Scheme Chief Executive, Edward Hardy. The meetings focussed on a range of different topics including an overview of a survey, carried out by an independent organisation which looked at the views of the public towards the industry and the industries’ view of the Scheme. The findings from this survey were varied, but particular focus was given to improving consistency of Monitors scoring and how to develop a more consistent reporting style.

Edward Hardy commented: This set of meetings was highly productive, as always. Our Monitors are the link between the Scheme and its registered sites, and companies, and it is always very encouraging to hear feedback and helpful suggestions on how we can improve.
 

Photograph of the Monitors' Regional Meetings taking placePhotograph of the Monitors' Regional Meetings taking place

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Best Practice Hub

The Scheme’s Best Practice Hub hosts a wealth of best practice tips, expertise, guidance and case studies

Visit the Best Practice Hub

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National Site Awards

Recognising and rewarding registered sites that have raised the bar for considerate construction

Find out about the awards

  • Scheme products

    There are a number of documents and products which can be used to enhance the registration of sites, companies and suppliers Read More
  • Seminars and Workshops

    Seminars and Workshops are designed to help anyone associated with construction activity understand the aims of the Scheme Read More
  • Films

    A number of films have been published which help explain the different aspects and expectations of the Scheme Read More
  • Industry Image

    The Scheme’s e-newsletter, featuring the latest news, information and examples of good practice Read More
  • Support

    Help is available to registered sites, companies and suppliers to help them adhere to the Code and improve the image of construction Read More
  • Ivor Goodsite

    Industry mascot Ivor Goodsite has his own website which includes news, games and much more Read More
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Introductory film

Scheme advocates

Associate Membership

Contractors who have proved their commitment to improving the image of the industry through a high number of registrations that have consistently performed to a high level

Company Partnership

Companies who have proven their commitment to improving the image of construction through being a registered company for a minimum of two years and having consistently performed to a high level

Client Partnership

Companies or organisations who make a commitment to improve the image of the construction industry and encourage all main contractors to register their projects with the Scheme

Scheme Supporters

Construction industry bodies who support and value the Scheme's aim of improving the image of construction