Session: Construction Management Plans, London
Date: TBC
Location: Online
Training provider: PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd
Cost: Standard Fee: £365 + VAT CILT Member/ Local Authority/ Charity Fee: £345 + VAT
Contact: PTRC Events Team
Telephone: 02073481970
Type: Course
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The Construction Management Plan (CMP) tool has been established as a key tool for managing traffic impact of new development while it is in the build phases. However, with increasing pressure to manage out unnecessary traffic from urban centres and sensitive rural locations, combined with the advocacy of Clear Zones and other environmental restrictions, the creation of SMART CMPs is even more important. This course looks at the role of construction management and logistics plans to creatively manage down delivery and other freight traffic without compromising the build process and ensuring that the solutions are affordable and efficient. Dovetailing of CMPs with wider supply chain practices and business planning are key aspects which both developers and urban planners needs to address in the shaping and delivery of the CMP. This course will examine some of the best practice already established in this field, and provide a clear structure and process for helping effective CMPs to be assembled, delivered and monitored.


• What is the CMP process

• Creative ways of achieving CMP delivery

• Understanding best practice

• Your own situation - applying the process 

Target Audience:

The course has been developed for professionals involved in any aspect of construction management planning wishing to develop their knowledge and competence, ranging from local authority and ITA transport planners, development management and environmental health officers and consultants, through to property and development management professionals and those involved in day-to-day operational and supply chain management.

More Information:

On completion of the course, delegates will:

• Have an understanding of the different tools used to develop effective construction management plans

• Have a solid understanding of the CMP process

• Have an understanding how CMPs fit into the wider setting of Clear Zones, Quiet Deliveries, and other initiatives designed to reduce emissions levels and deliver ‘good neighbour’ relations

• Be aware of best practice toolkits and resources, monitoring methodologies and systems

• Be able to consider ways of motivating and sustaining long term engagement and commitment from CMP partners

• Appreciate how CMPs sit within wider delivery and servicing principles

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