Site Registration

Welcome to Site Registration

Thank you for registering your site with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.

We know you are busy individuals but we would ask that you take a few moments to read this page thoroughly to ensure that you are fully prepared for your visits and are aware of all of the information and support available to you.

You will shortly receive your Scheme branded materials and we would ask that these are promptly displayed in line with Scheme requirements. Please check the site details printed on your posters and contact the Scheme’s administration office immediately if any of the details are incorrect.

To help your site perform to the highest possible standards, a number of resources have been developed as follows:

Site Manager’s Guide

A useful brochure detailing how registration actually works, what the monitoring process looks like, how your project will be scored and also providing an introduction to other aspects of the Scheme’s offering. This is an extremely useful guide to get you started if you are new to the Scheme.

Download the Site Manager’s Guide

‘Make the most of your registration’ flyer

A helpful flyer that details the different Scheme initiatives that are available to support you through your registration with the Scheme.

Download the ‘Make the most of your registration’ flyer


Various Scheme-branded products are available to registered sites to help you promote your registration and the commitment you have made. All sites receive a number of standard products as part of their registration and a variety of additional products can be purchased online by following the links below.

View Site Registration products

View Ultra Site Registration products

Download the Displaying Information Guide

Monitors’ Checklist

A copy of the Checklist that the Scheme Monitor will use to assess your project’s performance against the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice. Please take time to understand what the Monitor will be looking for to ensure you are best able to answer their questions at the time of the visit.

Download the Site Registration Monitors’ Checklist

Best Practice Hub

This valuable online resource hosts various features to help you and your team, including a library of best practice tips, numerous case studies, e-learning modules and a vast array of useful resources.

Visit the Best Practice Hub

Download the Best Practice Hub flyer

Learn more about using the Best Practice Hub

Ivor and Honor Goodsite (industry mascots)

Industry mascots, Ivor and Honor can be used to help you engage with a young audience and promote a positive and aspiring image of the construction industry. Also find out more about the annual competitions available to everyone registered with the Scheme by clicking below.

Visit the Ivor Goodsite website

Download the Ivor Goodsite flyer

Construction’s First Impressions

Learn more about the Scheme’s campaign aimed at improving the first impression created by construction sites across the UK.

Learn more about Construction’s First Impressions

View First Impressions on Instagram

Scheme Events

The Scheme delivers various events throughout the year including the prestigious National Awards, the Image of Construction event and numerous workshops, all designed to showcase considerate construction to the industry and the wider public.

Find out more about Scheme events

Compliments, Comments and Complaints record

The Scheme’s compliments and complaints template is designed to help you track your project’s feedback.

Download the Compliments, Comments and Complaints record

View other resources available on the Best Practice Hub

Promoting Registration

It is widely recognised that those that work within the supply chain play a huge role of any project, large or small, and by encouraging these companies to register separately with the Scheme; sites send a clear signal that considerate construction is a vital element of corporate ehtos.

Find out more about promoting registration

What next?

A Scheme Monitor will contact you at an appropriate time to arrange to visit your site. The purpose of this visit is to assess your site’s performance against the Code, to provide feedback on potential areas for improvement and to highlight performance beyond compliance. Our Monitor will consider the public, the environment and your operatives when visiting your site, focusing on those issues listed on the Site Registration Monitors’ Checklist.

Click here to find out more about the visit process


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