Purpose of the group

The aim of the Group is to ensure that Scotland has a world-class construction industry delivering best value for its clients, a safe environment on its sites and a proper career path and employment prospects for its people.

The Cross-Party Group will be the forum for Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs), stakeholders and interested parties to engage directly with each other in order to raise awareness of the opportunities and challenges facing the sector and to better inform the development of policy in this important area. 

Forthcoming meetings

Next meeting: 20 November 2020

This meeting will be held virtually at 3pm and will include the AGM. Anyone wishing to attend must contact Gordon Nelson, [email protected], in advance of the meeting.



Annual Return/Report

Group Officers

Group Members


Federation of Master Builders - secretary

Civil Engineering Contractors Association Scotland - treasurer

Association for Consultancy and Engineering

Building and Engineering Services Association

Chartered Institute of Building

Considerate Contractors Scheme

Construction Industry Training Board

Engineering Construction Industry Training Board

Engineered Panels in Construction Ltd

Forth Valley College of Further and Higher Education

Finishes and Interiors Sector

Glass and Glazing Federation

Homes for Scotland

Institution of Civil Engineers


Mineral Products Association Scotland

National Housing Building Council Scotland

Royal Incorporation of Architects Scotland

Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors

Scottish Building Federation

Scottish Contractors Group

Scottish Enterprise

Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation


The Association for Project Safety


Unite the Union

Get involved

Next meeting:
20 November 2020


[email protected]



Monica Lennon MSP

Scottish Parliament
Holyrood Road
EH99 1SP

0131 348 6484 

Cross Party Groups and GDPR

Please note that some Cross-Party Groups have external organisations that provide secretariat support to the Group. These organisations manage your information in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements. The links to the privacy policies, of the organisations that have provided them to the Scottish Parliament are available on our website.

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