Build UK will drive sustainable growth in construction by:
- Developing a truly collaborative supply chain that takes responsibility for the delivery and performance of projects
- Presenting business models that deliver improved performance and manage risk through the supply chain.
Benchmarking Payment Performance
In 2017, the Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance came into force, requiring all large companies and large LLPs to publish information on their payment practices every six months. Build UK collates the latest data on the payment performance of its members and central Government in order to provide transparency for the construction sector. We believe this will help the supply chain to make more informed decisions and drive good practice.
Delivering Zero Retentions
Fair and transparent payment practices are essential for a successful construction industry, but the practice of cash retentions is problematic for all parties in the supply chain. That is why Build UK and its members support the industry ambition to move to zero retentions by no later than 2025. To achieve this, we are implementing a Roadmap to Zero Retentions with milestones to show that progress is being made.
Contract Terms Recommendation
Build UK has published this recommendation to form a common ground between clients and the supply chain on contractual practice in the construction industry. The objectives are to promote collaboration, encourage a fairer allocation of risk through the supply chain, and deliver better project outcomes.
Creating a Stronger Industry Post-Brexit
As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, Build UK members have identified their main areas of concern for the industry: Secure project pipeline Future access to skills Impact on material and product imports and exports Uncertainty over changes to the regulatory regime.
View latest data submitted under the Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance.
Find out more about how Build UK is helping to transform the construction industry.
Q3 2019: Report on contract performance across the construction sector.
Q4 2019: Survey results assess training provisions and the skills needs of the industry.
Ensuring those working on site have the correct card for their specific occupation.
Providing a consistent approach to identifying the roles of individuals on site.
Build UK has reached the latest milestone on its roadmap by publishing the retention policies of major public sector clients that procure construction services.
Build UK’s position paper on creating a stronger construction industry post-Brexit.
Build UK has produced a simple online guide to help members prepare for Brexit.