Campaign with CLOCS

1 Sep 2020

On Tuesday 8th September, CLOCS will launch its CLOCS Works Campaign. We’ll be asking you ‘pick up your pens’ and join us in writing to your local authority, mayor or MP to ask them to embed CLOCS into local authority procurement and planning. This will accelerate national adoption of the CLOCS Standard.

Working with CLOCS Champions, RoadPeace, the CLOCS team has mobilised the support of the leaders of major UK sector bodies (with over 100,000 members between them) – Royal Town Planning Institute, Chartered Institute of Building, Institution of Civil Engineers, the Association of Project Safety, and Build UK.

  • Sue Manns, President of RTPI
  • Caroline Gumble, Chief Executive Officer, CIOB
  • Paul Sheffield, President of ICE
  • Stella Saunders, President of APS
  • Brendan Kerr, Chairman of Build UK

All the above have added their signatures to our letter to all local authorities across the UK and the 25 Metro Mayors calling for public adoption of CLOCS. The letter will be sent on 8 September 2020.

We and our campaign partners will also be issuing press releases. We hope to attract local and media interest to amplify our lobbying activity.

This is the biggest national campaign CLOCS has undertaken and we need all our readers’ support.


Our campaign is supported by a powerful video that captures the stories of those affected by collisions with construction vehicles. Thanks to all those CLOCS Champions who participated in our video wall – the video has achieved an outstanding impact and we can’t wait to share it with you.

Join the campaign:

We are preparing a toolkit that will be available on our website to enable you to exert your own influence where you think you will have the most impact.

  • Template letter
  • List of Local Authorities with contact details of Local Authorities
  • List of Metro Mayors and their contact details

Be ready to spring into action on Tuesday 8th of September to add your support to our campaign.

CLOCS Works - you can help to save lives too.