A demolition management plan is required in order to obtain a permit in areas where permitted development is not allowed. The plan should outline the approach to demolition, as well as logistics and environmental control.
Demolitions have to be carefully managed to ensure safety and efficiency. Demolition management plans are necessary for this to happen. So although they are necessary for permission to conduct demolition work in protected areas, we utilise them across all types of project to ensure sound and safe management.
Jennings has over 50 years’ experience creating demolition management plans. We can help with the demolition of your building no matter its type.
Jennings has over 50 years’ experience creating demolition plans. We can advice at every stage of your demolition project and work with construction contractors to achieve the best possible results. Our role as your demolition expert is to ensure that your demolition project goes ahead as planned and meets safety requirements.
A demolition management plan will note the structures that are being demolished and describe the techniques that will be used during demolition. It will map out logistics and be used for reference at every stage of your project.
An important aspect of a demolition plan is “Construction, Design and Management” or CDM for short. This covers company standards for health and safety and demonstrates how safety will be assured on site. It will also cover the planning, management of, recording and communicating of work and reporting duties.