What is Construction management Plan?
Construction management plan is often created as a part of a planning application and covers the project’s overall planning, construction, and specific procedures, sequencing, and methodology.
We explained this in our article previously. Please read this here What is a Construction Management Plan.
content of a Construction management plan
Every council have different requirement for the construction management plan. Therefore, the content will be different from one council to another. However, in this article we will try to give you an outline for the construction management plan (CMP) topics and then we will share some templates for them.
1. INTRODUCTRY INFORMATION
This part gives a brief information about the project. You can also mention about the related planning condition that you want to discharge.
- Planning reference number
- Site address
- Project details and overview
- Site description and context
2. Site management
You explain how you will manage construction with minimum impact to neighbourhood.
- Site personnel (All related information)
- Development site layout and welfare arrangements
- Site personnel and visitors
- Managing materials, site storage, and good housekeeping
- Site security
3. Community liaison and communication, including complaints procedure
In this section, you need to explain how you will manage communication with the neighbourhood. The important points are: display board information, telephone information of site contact, regular communication and complaints management with neighbours. Please do not forget to mention Considerate Contractor Scheme here, if you are planning to enrol the scheme.
4. Site operations
- Working hours
- Deliveries and transport of materials, plant, and equipment to site
- Highways and development traffic management
- Noise management
- Vibration management
- Dust management
- Air quality management
- Mud management
- Artificial lighting
5. WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN (WMP)
This part includes the information to present how you will manage the site waste and how you will keep it as minimum. For larger sites, more detailed WMP is required.
- The anticipated nature and volumes of waste
- Measures to ensure the maximisation of the reuse of waste
- Measures to ensure that effective segregation of waste at source including waste sorting, storage, recovery and recycling facilities to ensure the maximisation of waste materials both for use within and outside the site
- Any other steps to ensure the minimisation of waste during construction
- The location and timing of provision of facilities pursuant to above items
- Proposed monitoring and timing of submission of monitoring reports
- The proposed monitoring and timing of submission of a Waste Management Closure Report to demonstrate the effective implementation, management and monitoring of construction waste during the construction lifetime of the development
You include all appendixes in this section. Some examples included below.
- Noise assessments
- Dust risk assessments
- Risk assessments
- HDV routing plans
- Traffic management plan
- Non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) data sheets
Construction management plan template
As mentioned above, there are different templates and requirements for different councils. However, we shared some councils templates below.
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- Other council websites.