Recent years have seen industry’s engagement with government on matters of public procurement improve significantly...

With a public sector capital budget in Northern Ireland of over £1 billion a year, that engagement has been geared towards making procurement processes easier and more straightforward for local companies. 

On matters such as the centralisation of the procurement and delivery of key infrastructure projects, social clauses and Project Bank Accounts it is though critical that industry continues to have its voice heard.

CEF submits response to NI Executive’s Investment Strategy

Posted on 11/04/2022
After engagement with members, the CEF has this week submitted its response to the Northern Ireland Executive's draft Investment Strategy.



CEF gives evidence to NI Assembly committees

Posted on 05/03/2021
Over the last week, the CEF has given evidence to the Finance and Infrastructure Committees in the Assembly on a number of topics.



CEF challenges UK Construction Minister on Red Diesel

Posted on 18/02/2022
In the latest call on 16th March with the Construction Leadership Council, the NI representative, Mark Spence of CEF took the opportunity to tackle the red diesel issue with CLC Co-Chair, Lee Rowly MP, Construction Minister.





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