Percentage of relevant sites that have community liaison
It is often the case that concrete supply chain production sites
have close links with the local communities through the employment
of local people and the use of local materials.
However, because of the potential impacts from vehicle
movements, dust and noise, some sites may be regarded as more
relevant for having more formal local community liaison
‘Relevant’ sites are defined by the industry as mineral
extraction sites in the cement and aggregates sectors and also
other specific operations that members consider to have a potential
significant impact on the local community. Any production site that
receives a level of complaints would also be considered a
In 2015, 100% of relevant sites undertook regular community
liaison activities such as liaison groups or council meetings open
days, public meetings, community newsletters, social, recreational
and educational activities involving the local community.
This indicator is part of the Wellbeing part of the
report and 2020 Commitments. An update on
the Wellbeing 2020 Commitments.