Last edited 24 Sep 2020

Site information for design and construction

Site information refers to information about a proposed site for a development that might be relevant to the consultant team, contractor or operators of the completed development.

This could include information about:

Wherever possible, any information prepared or obtained should be in a format which can be readily shared and used, and should be stored and named in a way consistent with the long-term project and operational needs.

Some of this information may also be included in the pre-construction information required under regulation 10 of the CDM regulations. This is information intended to ensure that health and safety issues are properly considered, and the proper resources allocated, so the risk of harm to those that build, use and maintain structures is reduced. See pre-construction information for more information.

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