(CDM) in April of that year. These new regulations mean that virtually everyone involved in a construction
project including domestic clients and principle contractors now have legal duties under CDM 2015.
As a client appointing or entering into a contract with a building contractor (anyone who has
construction work carried out for them) has a responsibility to make sure their project is suitably
managed to ensure the health and safety of all who might be affected by the work, including members
of the public. More information can be found on the government Health and Safety Executive’s website
by following the link below.
In response to this legislation we will include relevant health and safety information with all
building regulations designs and other supporting documentation.
At this stage, we are not entering into written agreements to undertake the ‘Principle Designer’s role’ in
the context of CDM 2015 and assume that the production and implementation of the Construction
Phase Health & Safety Plan will be undertaken by the appointed Principle Contractor.