The Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) is introducing a number of initiatives, including a focus on more community engagement, listening and partnership, to develop the scheme for the next decade.
The Considerate Constructors Scheme – a not for profit organisation that works with contractors, clients, the construction supply chain and communities to enhance the image of the construction industry – is introducing a series of steps designed to develop the Scheme for the next decade.
The Scheme has announced it will work with the industry to create a new focus on Social Value. It will also focus on driving deeper community and public engagement, a more focused strategy on consumer facing marketing and PR, a comprehensive programme of listening and partnership and an assessment of new technology initiatives that can develop the core benefits of the Scheme.
To develop the Scheme further it will be searching for a new Chief Executive.
”This announcement sets the Considerate Constructors Scheme on a path for the next 10 years,” said the Scheme’s Executive Chairman, Isabel Martinson MBE. “Our new strategy and structure will mean that the Scheme will be well equipped for the next phase of its journey.
“The appointment of a new Chief Executive is part of this development. They will report directly to the Executive Chairman and the Board. They will support our networks, work with senior decision makers and creatively invigorate community engagement, business development and marketing, ensuring value for communities, contractors, clients, the supply chain, local authorities and the public. They will bring insights and perspectives that refresh our strategies and our approach to all stakeholders.”
Edward Hardy, who has been the Chief Executive of the Considerate Constructors Scheme for the past 10 years, will step down at the end of 2019 when the new Chief Executive takes up the role. The search for the new Chief Executive has begun with an appointment expected in the coming months.