Encouraging Supply Chain Registration

Clearly Renovations believe that in order to improve the image of our industry we need to get our suppliers on board as well. We can see the benefits of our suppliers joining the Scheme and we believe the community would benefit too as the suppliers would follow the CCS code of practice and complete the circle.

Here is an example of one of the emails we sent:

Dear Partners,

We wanted to let you know that we have been awarded the Most Considerate Company Runner Up in 2019 by the CCS board and we are immensely proud of this achievement.

The Considerate Constructors Scheme’s National Awards are one of the most respected accolades in UK construction. The awards recognise the highest performing companies and suppliers who have demonstrated excellence in relation to their Appearance, respect for the Community, the Environment, Health and Safety, and their Workforce.

The feedback from Clients and Architects has been very positive. I cannot praise being part of the Scheme enough, as it helped us to set us apart from our competitors, made our clients and their neighbours happy, our staff turnaround has decreased by 30% and we have made some positive impact on the environment too.

The Scheme was set up to improve the image of our industry and is doing exactly that.

The Scheme has been extended to suppliers now as well. We would like to invite you to take advantage of their dedicated team to talk you through the Scheme, advantages, and foremost benefits you will gain when you join. You can find out more about the scheme and how to register here: https://www.ccscheme.org.uk/supplier/supplier-registration-3/

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