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leading quantity surveyor and project management fi rms have signed the Pledge


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organisations and individuals in Scotland have signed the Pledge


T e CICV Forum and Scottish Construction Leadership Forum both support CAP


NHS Scotland is looking at incorporating the Pledge in its £650 million fi ve-year frameworks


“If an issue arises then the parties can either have a CAP named in the contract, or they can get a list of experienced professionals”


play. Or if you have a problem on a current contract, then do the same.


How much will this cost me? The good news is that is costs


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Scottish Futures Trust Hubs have signed the Pledge


nothing to get a Confl ict Avoidance Panel appointed, and it only costs money if the panel does any work, probably on an hourly or a daily basis. Most issues get resolved


quickly in a day or so, but you can get an idea of costs before you get the panel involved. Ideally the costs are shared between the parties.


I’m glad to report that really good progress is being made in Scotland on CAP. So far, 45 organisations and individuals have signed the Confl ict Avoidance Pledge, including


SELECT and fellow trade bodies like the Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbers’ Federation (SNIPEF). A cross-industry working group has also been set up to drive the process forward.


The great thing for me is that this marks a real cultural change in the industry, resulting in greater collaboration and fewer disputes. So please sign the Pledge today!


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If you need further guidance on CAP, then contact me through SELECT by emailing iain.mason@select.org.uk


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