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Considerate Contractor Scheme
The City of London Corporation encourages building and civil engineering contractors in the City of London to work in a safe and considerate manner, with regard to pedestrians and road users.
The City of London's Considerate Contractor Scheme (CCS) challenges contractors to strive for the best standards in the industry, awarding those that consistently perform to the highest levels with an industry respected Gold Award.
The scheme is open to contractors undertaking building and civil engineering in the City of London. There is no membership fee. Members agree to follow the Code of Conduct and display the CCS signs on site. The Code of Conduct exceeds the legal minimum requirement and ensures that general standards of work are raised and the condition and safety of the City streets and pavements are improved for the benefit of everyone working, travelling through and living in the Square Mile.
If your company would like to join the CCS, complete our online membership application form.
The scores are collated quarterly and judged annually and includes public feedback. The judging panel is made up of the City’s Streetworks Team, Traffic Management Team, Resurfacing Manager, Environmental Noise Team and Access Team. The panel carries out annual site inspections alongside the regular monitoring by our Highways Officers. The Lord Mayor chairs the award ceremony.
The five principles used for scoring:
- Safety – contractors must attain the highest levels of health and safety possible
- Planning – best practice must be demonstrated with client and design team engaged
- Liaison – engagement with key stakeholders before and throughout the project
- Site Environment – protection and enhancement of the areas surrounding site
- Cleanliness – sites must be professional in appearance and well managed.
Have your say
You can comment on the performance of a contractor working on the highway, either to bring good practice to the attention of the CCS inspectors or to report what you consider to be bad practice.
|Bakers of Danbury||St Lawrence Jewry Church|
|Deconstruct UK||64-66 Coleman Street|
|Erith Contractors Ltd||120 Fleet Street|
|Erith Contractors Ltd||14-21 Holborn Viaduct|
|Erith Contractors Ltd||Seal House, Swan Lane|
|Geoffrey Osborne Ltd||84 Moorgate|
|John F Hunt Ltd||1 Liverpool Street Project|
|Keltbray Ltd||2 Aldermanbury Square|
|Mace Group Ltd||Stonecutter Court|
|Mace Group ltd||81 Newgate Street|
|McLaren Construction||55 Moorgate|
|McLaughlin & Harvey||Project Annexe Museum of London|
|Multiplex Construction||1 Leadenhall Street|
|Rooff Limited||Skinner's Hall|
|Sir Robert McAlpine||2 Finsbury Avenue|
Sir Robert McAlpine
|Knight Harwood||5 Frederick’s Place|
|LendLease Europe||8 Bishopsgate|
|Mace Group Ltd||40 Leadenhall Street|
|Sir Robert McAlpine||1 Broadgate|
Scaffolding Gold Award
Skinners Hall - Inner City Scaffolding
Stonecutter Court – Mace Group Ltd
Construction Logistics Planning Award
5 Frederick’s Place – Knight Harwood
Chairman's Trophy Award
Sir Robert McAlpine - 1 Broadgate