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The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

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Regulation 21(1), (2) and (4)

SCHEDULE 1PARTICULARS TO BE NOTIFIED TO THE EXECUTIVE (or Office of Rail Regulation)

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1.  Date of forwarding.

2.  Exact address of the construction site.

3.  The name of the local authority where the site is located.

4.  A brief description of the project and the construction work which it includes.

5.  Contact details of the client (name, address, telephone number and any e-mail address).

6.  Contact details of the CDM co-ordinator (name, address, telephone number and any e-mail address).

7.  Contact details of the principal contractor (name, address, telephone number and any e-mail address).

8.  Date planned for the start of the construction phase.

9.  The time allowed by the client to the principal contractor referred to in regulation 15(b) for planning and preparation for construction work.

10.  Planned duration of the construction phase.

11.  Estimated maximum number of people at work on the construction site.

12.  Planned number of contractors on the construction site.

13.  Name and address of any contractor already appointed.

14.  Name and address of any designer already engaged.

15.  A declaration signed by or on behalf of the client that he is aware of his duties under these Regulations.

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