CIC calls for a better post-election structure for government to interact with those who design, create and manage the built environment
Posted: 21st April 2005
Stuart Henderson, Chairman of the Construction Industry Council has written to the Prime Minister and the Leaders of the Conservative and Liberal Democrat Parties on behalf of CIC’s membership to seek post-election improvement to the way in which the construction industry is recognised by, and interacts with government.
These letters mark the culmination of a six-month campaign by CIC to express the collective concerns of its diverse membership about the fragmented nature of the government’s recognition and interaction with the industry and the progressive narrowing of the definition and scope of the sponsorship role within the DTI.
The full text of the letter to the Prime Minister can be viewed at http://www.cic.org.uk/newsevents/PRCIClettertoPM060405.pdf
The messages were also emphasised by Graham Watts, Chief Executive of CIC in his speech at the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers Patrons Lunch at the House of Lords on 19 April .
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