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Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) Consultancy

We provide fast and affordable Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) consultancy services for your construction projects.


We are experienced construction consultants with proven experience across a range of industry sectors.

Liongate are committed to providing fast and accurate CLP reports services for all councils across the UK mainland.

We helped many companies to get acceptance for their CLPs prior their project commencement.

If you have a construction project and you need to submit a CLP to your council, please reach us immediately. We are here to support you.

Construction Logistics Plan (CLP)

An essential tool for planners, developers, and construction contractors is a Construction Logistics Plan (CLP).

The CLP specifically targets the construction supply chains and aims to minimize their effects on the road network. It encompasses the transportation of goods, waste, and servicing activities to and from the construction site.

Exemplifying excellence, our reports are meticulously crafted to adhere to CLOCS Standards, ensuring compliance and peace of mind.


Liongate provides a comprehensive CLP for your construction projects.

what is clocs?

CLOCS is a nationwide standard that holds all parties involved in the construction industry accountable for prioritizing health and safety beyond the construction site boundaries. It emphasizes the need for cooperative efforts to prevent severe or fatal accidents between vehicles involved in construction projects and vulnerable road users, such as pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists.

How it Works?

A Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) establishes a structure for comprehending and overseeing the movement of construction vehicles to and from a planned development. It aims to promote a shift in transportation modes and decrease the overall number of vehicles involved. The CLP should include a thorough evaluation of all construction phases, addressing the following aspects:

  • The volume of construction traffic generated
  • The designated routes for construction vehicles
  • The potential impact on relevant community considerations*
  • Any traffic management measures that will be implemented
  • Any policies that encourage the adoption of alternative transportation modes
Construction Traffic

Every council may have different CLP requirements but do not worry we worked with many councils in London and across the UK.

For CLOCS standard report template; click here.

Case Study

Riverfront Regency Apartments

We provided comprehensive construction logistics planning services for the prestigious Riverfront Regency Apartments project, optimizing transportation routes and implementing effective traffic management strategies to ensure a seamless construction process in the heart of London.

Cityscape Office Tower

Our expertise in construction logistics planning played a pivotal role in the successful completion of the iconic Cityscape Office Tower project, offering tailored solutions that minimized disruption and maximized efficiency throughout the construction phase in central London.

Green Meadows Residential

As the trusted provider of construction logistics plans, we supported the sustainable Green Meadows Residential Development project in London, offering strategic guidance and innovative solutions to optimize the construction supply chain and reduce the project’s environmental footprint.

Cosmopolitan Retail Center

Our construction logistics planning expertise was instrumental in the realization of the Cosmopolitan Retail Center, where we meticulously designed and implemented logistics strategies to facilitate the smooth and efficient movement of construction materials and vehicles, enabling timely completion of this vibrant commercial hub in London.

Councils we worked with




Anthony O’Neill

“…Thank you for all your good work which has been impressive.

Ana Mosterin

“… Liongate team provided a compherensive service for our house construction project, thanks to them…”

Paul Wilkinson

“…We got approval for our CMP with their support. The council came with more comments but they covered all..”

New Construction Projects need a CLP prior to construction start


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What is a construction logistics plan, and why is it important?

A construction logistics plan is a strategic document that outlines how the transportation and supply chains will be managed during a construction project. It is vital because it ensures the efficient flow of materials, minimizes disruptions to local communities, promotes safety, and helps meet regulatory requirements.

What factors are considered when designing a construction logistics plan?

Several factors are taken into account, including the volume of construction traffic, routes for construction vehicles, community considerations (such as noise and pollution), traffic management strategies, and policies to encourage the use of alternative transportation modes.

Who is responsible for creating a construction logistics plan?

Typically, it is the responsibility of the developer or main contractor to create and implement a construction logistics plan. However, specialized logistics planning firms like ours can provide expert assistance in developing tailored plans that meet specific project requirements.

How does a construction logistics plan address safety concerns?

A construction logistics plan prioritizes safety by assessing potential risks, implementing appropriate traffic management measures, establishing safe routes for construction vehicles, and promoting collaboration between stakeholders to prevent accidents involving vulnerable road users.

Can a construction logistics plan help reduce project costs?

Yes, a well-designed construction logistics plan can lead to cost savings by optimizing transportation routes, minimizing delays, reducing fuel consumption, and streamlining overall construction operations. It helps improve project efficiency and productivity.

Is it possible to modify a construction logistics plan during the project?

Yes, construction logistics plans are dynamic documents that can be adapted as project requirements evolve. Flexibility is essential to address changing circumstances, unforeseen challenges, and feedback from stakeholders, ensuring effective management throughout the construction process.