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Correspondence Team
70 Whitehall
London
SW1A 2AS
UK

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Analysis of urban transport 2009 Green
Construction procurement by government. An efficiency unit scrutiny 1995 Amber
Cost led procurement - frequently asked questions 2014 Green
Cost led procurement guidance - guidance for the procurement and management of capital projects 2014 Green
Data protection and sharing - guidance for emergency planners and responders 2007 Amber
Emergency preparedness: Guidance on Part I of the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, its associated regulations and non-statutory arrangements 2005 Green
Emergency response and recovery: Non-statutory guidance to complement Emergency preparedness 2005 Amber
Emergency response and recovery: Non-statutory guidance to complement Emergency preparedness 2013 Green
Evacuation and shelter guidance: Non-statutory guidance to complement Emergency preparedness and Emergency response and recovery 2006 Green
Government construction - construction cost reductions, cost benchmarks and cost reduction trajectories to March 2013: addendum December 2013 2013 Green
Government construction - construction cost reductions, cost benchmarks and cost reduction trajectories to March 2013 2013 Green
Government construction strategy: One year on report and action plan update 2012 Red
Government construction strategy 2011 Amber
Government construction strategy - the integrated project insurance model: project procurement and delivery guidance 2014 Green
Government response to the consultation on UK transposition of new EU Procurement directives: Public contract regulations 2015 2015 Green
Integrated project insurance (IPI) model - frequently asked questions 2014 Green
Introductory advice to staff on planning for pandemic influenza 2006 Amber
Keeping the country running: natural hazards and infrastructure. For consultation: a guide to improving the resilience of critical infrastructure and essential services 2011 Red
Keeping the country running - natural hazards and infrastructure. A guide to improving the resilience of critical infrastructure and essential services 2011 Green
Learning lessons from the 2007 floods: an independent review by Sir Michael Pitt: final report (also known as the Pitt Review) 2008 Green
Learning lessons from the 2007 floods: an independent review by Sir Michael Pitt: interim review (also known as the Pitt Review) 2007 Red
Making the connections: transport and social exclusion - interim findings from the Social Exclusion Unit 2002 Amber
National strategy for neighbourhood renewal. Report of Policy Action Team 16: learning lessons 2000 Green
National strategy for neighbourhood renewal. Report of Policy Action Team 18: better information 2000 Green
National strategy for neighbourhood renewal. Report of Policy Action Team 4: neighbourhood management 2000 Green
New commitment to neighbourhood renewal: national action strategy plan 2001 Amber
New commitment to neighbourhood renewal - national strategy action plan 2001 Green
New models of construction procurement - introduction to the guidance for cost led procurement, integrated project insurance and two stage open book 2014 Green
Pandemic influenza checklist for businesses 2007 Amber
Project procurement and delivery guidance - using two stage open book and supply chain collaboration 2014 Green
Public safety in complex and built environments 2006 Amber
Public sector telecommunications and digital infrastructure maps: interim publication 2015 Green
Regulating to mitigate climate change - a response to the Stern review 2007 Green
Rural economies 1999 Green
Sector resilience plan for critical infrastructure 2010 2010 Red
Sharing the nation's prosperity: economic, social and environmental conditions in the countryside 2000 Green
Strategic framework and policy statement on improving the resilience of critical infrastructure to disruption from natural hazards 2010 Green
Strategic national guidance - the decontamination of buildings, infrastructure and open environment exposed to chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear materials 2011 Red
Summary of the 2013 sector resilience plans 2013 Red
Summary of the 2015-2016 sector resilience plans 2016 Green
Two stage open book - frequently asked questions 2014 Green
Update of the Foresight Future Flooding 2004 qualitative risk analysis - an independent review by Sir Michael Pitt 2008 Green
Waste not, want not 2002 Green
Wider costs of transport in English urban areas in 2009 2009 Green
Newsletter Government construction newsletter - February 2014 2014 Green
Newsletter Government construction newsletter - September 2013 2013 Green

 

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