Guides

Please see below a compiled list of our online repository of resources to help you with your project.

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BSA – Client – What you need to know

BSA – Principal Designer – What you need to know

BSA – Project Manager – What you need to know

BSA Flyer

BSA – Plan of Work

Party Wall etc. Act 1996 – Explanatory booklet

RICS – Consumer guide to Party Walls

RICS – Consumer guide to Right to Light

APS CDM2015 – What commercial clients need to do

CDM 2015 – A short guide

Retail Safety Forum – Retailers Guide to CDM 2015

CDM 2015 – Guide to a worker’s duties

CDM 2015 – Guide to the client’s duties

CDM 2015 – Guide to the designer’s duties

CDM 2015 – Guide to the principal contractor’s duties

CDM 2015 – Guide to the principal designer’s duties

CDM 2015 – Guide to a contractor’s duties

Temporary Works – Client Guide

TWF – CDM PD – A guide to temporary works

TWF – Constructibility – A guide to reducing temporary works

TWF – Hoardings – A good practice guide

TWF – Safe Management of Temporary Works

TWF – Scaffolding FAQs

TWF – Temporary works procedure

Regulated by RICS flyer

RICS – Rules of Conduct for Firms

Control of Dust and Emissions – 2013

RIBA Plan of Work 2013

A guide to lease end dilapidations claims

RICS – Dliapidations consumer guide

Approved Document B Changes – Briefing Note – July 2019

RICS – Small Business Property Guide

Department for Business, Innovation & Skills – 2025 report

Approved Inspector Market briefing note

Birketts Contract Advice

Build UK-Wedlake Bell Contract Advice

CLC – Advice on temporary suspension of sites

Face Coverings on Construction Sites – CLC Guidance

Full guidance on staying at home and away from others

HM Government – Working Safely During Covid

JCT Contract Guidance

National Fire Chiefs Council – Waking watches and COVID-19

Should I travel to work during COVID-19

Site Operating Procedures – Protecting your workforce (V6)

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