The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) has been restructured to broaden its industry representation and reach into local regions
The restructuring aims to create a CLC that better represents the 3 million people working in the industry.
The refreshed structure builds upon the efforts of the CLC Task Force created in March, along with the previous board and advisory group structure from 2019.
The new structure places the CLC Task Force at the heart of the continuing drive to lead and transform the industry as set out in the Industry Recovery Plan.
Originally meeting daily, and now twice each week, the Task Force is about to mark its 100th meeting since March.
To support the Task Force, a senior advisors group has been established, along the lines of non-executives of a typical board. This group will provide an even wider representation of different parts of the industry, together with support, challenge and guidance.
‘Supporting industry through Covid and EU Transition’
Co-chair, Andy Mitchell, said: “As we all know, there is a lot to do over the coming months including supporting industry through Covid and EU Transition and leading its transformation.
“We expect the new structure to remain in place during 2021, but we will be reviewing it next year, to determine a longer-term structure and operating model for the CLC, to enable CLC to support and lead the construction industry into the future.
“We would like to thank all of those involved in supporting the efforts and achievements of the CLC in recent times, and wish the new members the very best of luck as we all work to see our industry flourish.”