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It is vital that all construction sites support the community they are in, working with local people and being considerate to their neighbours.

It can be particularly beneficial when sites encourage the community to support each other, establishing a self-sustaining environment which will last long after the project has completed.

See the examples below for how one site achieved this:

  • The project was inherently tied to the local community, as it involved the construction of a brand-new skate plaza in Nottinghamshire.
  • The local skate community were involved in the design of the new park, and donated skateboards for use at the park.
  • The site has conducted numerous school visits, both to and from pupils, arranging poster completions, skateboarding demonstrations, time capsules, plaques explaining the history of the site, and goodwill acts.
  • In an act of consideration for local residents, the site has provided for a smoking shelter which will be painted and converted into a community notice board upon completion of the project.

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Monitor report. Robert Woodhead Ltd. Nottinghamshire. December 2016


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