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Last edited 21 May 2020
Construction control plan
The construction control plan is: ‘One of the core information products that duty-holders must produce in the design and construction phase. Produced by the principal contractor, it describes how building safety and Building Regulations compliance will be maintained during the construction phase and how change will be controlled and recorded.’
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