Website disclaimer

The CCLG maintains this website to facilitate the sharing of good practice by members, for others to view and utilise as they deem appropriate, according to their business needs. Users are reminded to carefully consider how they utilise the information found on this website and are advised to seek  appropriate professional advice when in any doubt.

Security is an essential element of any project concerning the creation (encompassing planning, design and construction), modification, improvement or disposal of a built asset.

 

Expertise may be required to support in the development and review of: risk assessments; a security strategy; a security plan; and security aspects of the project design, as well as to provide assistance in the procurement, technical design and construction phases. Where the necessary expertise is unavailable in-house, the security or project manager of any significant built asset venture will need to consider procuring the services of one or more specialist security consultants.

Procuring Security Expertise

There are a number of guidance documents available to help clients understand how to assess potential security risks, the expertise they may require to put mitigation measures in place, and how to find and procure this expertise.

Due to the sensitive nature of these documents, they are not freely available on this website but they are available to clients who request them. To access these documents, email info@cclg.co.uk.