Operators joining newly privatised Fors later this month will pay from £485 up to an eye-watering £11,250 in annual fees to be part of the benchmarking and safety initiative. The new pricing, which sees operators charged on the basis of fleet size and number of operating centres for the previously free service, takes the form of an annual subscription and separate audit fee. Existing Fors members (such as Cemex, pictured) will pay on renewal, and receive a sliding scale of […]
The London Construction Consolidation Centre (LCCC) has more than doubled in size in the past 12 months, as building contractors seek alternative delivery methods in the face of congestion and local authority constraints.
The Fors Community Partnership has described the elevation of one of its silver members to gold status, just as the Upper Tribunal confirmed the firm’s O-licence should be suspended for drivers’ hours and tachograph offences, as “unfortunate timing”.
Aggregate Industries will expect all its sub-contractors to have at least bronze level FORS accreditation by March 2018.