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CONSTRUCTION LOGISTICS PLANNING – FOUNDATION

The CILT is proud to team up with Transport for London to introduce a brand-new training course in Construction Logistics Planning. The course provides information on the latest Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) guidance and supports those involved in the preparation, assessment and delivery of CLPs.

Overview

A Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) is part of the planning consent process and provides the framework to minimise the impact of construction logistics. Well-planned construction logistics will reduce congestion, environmental impact and road risk, improving the safety of vulnerable road users. The CLP also helps reduce costs through efficient working practices and fewer deliveries.

The Construction Logistics Planner – Foundation qualification is a great place to start, shedding light on the purpose and methodology of CLPs.

The target audience for the course includes transport planners, property developers, construction contractors and logistics operators. This mixed audience will help delegates gain a better understanding of Construction Logistics Planning from all perspectives and to help efficiently prepare and assess more consistent, simplified CLPs.

This new course is delivered in two one-day modules, Foundation and Practitioner. Delegates must complete the Foundation module before progressing onto achieve Practitioner status.

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CONSTRUCTION LOGISTICS

Construction Logistics is an industry-led programme developed to reduce the volume and impact of construction road freight and the associated issues of safety, congestion and air quality. Finding viable alternatives to minimise the effects on London’s road infrastructure.