Construction Logistics Plans

Has a Local Planning Authority requested that you provide a Construction Logistics Plan?

As a development transport planning practice Kronen typically prepares Outline Construction Logistics Plans prior to an application’s determination or Construction Logistics Plans with a developer’s contractor to discharge planning conditions / legal agreements.

Construction Logistics Plans seek to reduce the impact of a construction project on the surrounding area.

Kronen prepares Construction Logistics Plans in accordance with the latest guidance for example ‘London Freight Plan‘ (Mayor of London & TfL, 2007) and ‘Construction Logistics Plan Guidance for Developers’ (Mayor of London & TfL, 2013).

Construction Logistics Plans (CLPs) are an important management tool for planners, developers and those working in construction companies. They act as the catalyst for reducing the negative transport effects of construction work on local communities, residents, businesses and the environment.

“These include the effects of congestion, pollution and noise. A well-written CLP not only benefits the local environment but also saves costs by encouraging efficient working practices and reducing deliveries."

Kronen Construction Logistics Plans consider site-specific issues and constraints, audit on-street and off-street loading facilities, asses construction worker movements and parking, waste requirements, construction, access hours, construction vehicles and routes and recommend safety mitigation measures and booking systems.

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