Membership of the CCLG
The CCLG has an ‘open door’ policy and offers membership to any construction client wishing to collaborate or seeking support by engaging with leading client members as listed below.
Why become a member?
The CCLG vision is:
‘a fit-for-purpose built environment, delivered by an excellent industry, which delights its clients and end users and adds whole life tangible value’.
By becoming a member of the CCLG you are contributing to the ultimate achievement of that vision, building a network of like-minded clients supporting the work of the Construction Leadership Council in delivering the Government’s Industrial Strategy for Construction.
Specifically, membership of the CCLG will:
Give you access to a network of like-minded leading clients
Enable you to improve your investment return in the built environment by working with other leading clients to develop and share best practice
Provide the opportunity to influence the shaping of tomorrow's construction industry through participation in key forums
Please CONTACT US for more information on Terms and Conditions of membership and how to join
There are 3 areas of membership
These are clients who provide financial support to the CCLG. This level of membership offers the most potential for leadership and influencing through participation in key forums, and these members receive a more prominent brand association with the CCLG.
Sponsoring members also benefit from an annual review to assess how they are performing against the Construction/Client Commitments. A value adding benefit for both the client member and the CCLG in capturing leading best practice and sharing with peer members. The CCLG relies on the funding from sponsoring members in order to continue its work.
Associate members – these are companies or organisations that work with the CCLG, but are not clients. The CCLG welcomes any organisation that shares the same vision and wishes to collaborate to make the industry great.
UK Power Networks
Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
Scottish Building Federation
British Property Federation
Chartered Institute of Building
The Crown Estate
Imperial College London
Department of Health & Social Care
Legal & General
University of Partnerships Programme