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Last edited 30 Mar 2023
Construction Leadership Council appoints new leadership team as part of governance restructure
Last autumn, the CLC confirmed that it would focus on four long-term priorities to boost productivity, growth and improve resilience: Building Safety; People and Skills; Net Zero and Bio-Diversity; and Next Generation Delivery.
- Building Safety – Karl Whiteman, Divisional Managing Director, Berkeley Group
- People and Skills – Nick Roberts, CEO, Travis Perkins Plc
- Net Zero and Bio-Diversity – Matt Palmer, Executive Director, Lower Thames Crossing, National Highways
- Next Generation Delivery – Isabel Coman, Director, Engineering and Asset Strategy, Transport for London
Five Young Ambassadors have also been appointed to ensure the voice of young professionals is at the heart of the CLC's work. In addition, four Industry Chairs have been named who will lead CLC's sector work streams.
CLC Co-Chair and Minister for Business and Trade, Nusrat Ghani MP said: "Today's announcement is a key step forward in helping the Council's priorities to boost productivity, growth and improve resilience. The Construction Leadership Council will continue to work in partnership with Government and industry, intensifying its efforts as we drive change on the biggest challenges facing the sector."
CLC Co-Chair and Mace Group Chairman and CEO, Mark Reynolds, and CLC Deputy Co-Chair and Atkins UK and Europe CEO, Richard Robinson, said: "Having set out a clear vision for the CLC, our focus is now to deliver visible action against our four priorities for the benefit of the whole construction sector. As such, these appointments represent a significant milestone as we look to accelerate the change needed to address the building safety changes, help deliver a green economy, drive productivity, and enhance our skills to achieve growth across UK construction. We welcome our Industry Chairs and Young Ambassadors, and now look forward to working with our Industry Sponsors – Karl, Nick, Matt and Isabel – whose experience and expertise will be invaluable to the CLC and its wider network."
- Infrastructure – Mark Thurston, CEO, High Speed 2 Ltd
- Domestic RMI – Anna Scothern, CEO, National Home Improvement Council
- Housing – Mike Woolliscroft, Vistry
- Buildings and Places – Helen Hare, Director of Projects, Great Portland Estates Plc
- Building Safety – Madeleine Coman, Strategy and Transformation, Laing O'Rourke
- People and Skills – Lydia McGuiness, Site Manager, Wates
- Net Zero and Bio-Diversity – Micheala Chan, Engineer, Arcadis
- Next Generation Delivery – Mila Duncheva, Business Development Manager of UK & Ireland, Stora Enso Wood Products and Hollie Rowland, Construction Products Group Manager, BSI Group
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