16 June, 2020
The Construction Leadership Council’s (CLC) Covid-19 Task Force has recently published a “Roadmap to Recovery” for the UK’s construction sector, which contains proposals for a post-Covid-19 revival of the sector while setting the industry on a sustainable path towards recovery.
The strategy aims to increase the level of activity across the construction sector, accelerate the process of industry adjustment to the new normal and build capacity in the industry to deliver strategic priorities including adaption of infrastructure post-Covid-19 and industry modernisation.
The CLC’s proposals consist of a three stage, two-year delivery period:
Specific short and medium term proposals include:
The long term goals include increased skills and productivity, procurement based on an asset’s whole life value, improved building safety, achieving net zero carbon, adopting modern technologies and practices, fairer payment practices, collaboration and safeguarding the industry from future crises.
The CLC’s Covid-19 Task Force is now engaging with the government to test how the proposals might be delivered.
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