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Welsh Construction Forum Pipeline

The Welsh Construction Forum, chaired by Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport Lee Waters MS, brings together leading figures from the private and public sectors across Wales’ construction industry along with Wales’ social partners, to agree a way forward for the industry as it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic and to help Wales to “build back better”.

Building on the principles of the Welsh Government’s Economic Action Plan, supporting construction will be vital in helping Wales’ economy to prosper. It will also be a way of supporting SMEs, growing the foundational economy and developing a low carbon future.

In its first meeting, in response to industry concerns over the survival of many companies, the Forum agreed a 12-point short term action plan to lead the recovery of the sector out of the Covid-19 crisis. A fundamental step forward is the production of a 6-12month programme of public sector work to increase business confidence and secure employment.

(Please note that this is a working document that is under constant review).

The forum’s work will be integral to helping the industry thrive over the coming years. For further information contact Ed Evans, Welsh Construction Federation Alliance ( or Leighton James (

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