CE7011 Management of Project and Safety:Health and Safety Test

CE7011 Management of Project and Safety:Health and Safety Test



Health and Safety and Quality On line Test

The online H&S and Quality test – will be available on Study Space under assessments.

This assignment is a combination of group work and individual effort.

You will work in groups of two-three to review documents and generate a:

  • stakeholder analysis
  • risk register
  • programme

The scenario

A Planning Statement is submitted to the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames (RBK) for the comprehensive redevelopment of Eden Campus project, comprising land bounded by Eden Street, Brooks Street and St. James’s Road. The site (hereafter referred to as the “Site”) is called “The surrey House Island Site” where the buildings sit between the Kingston Old Town Conservation area to the East and the Fairfield/Knights Park Conservation Area to the West. The site has been developed in 1970s and comprises: Surrey House, a 5 storey largely vacant office and retail building which is in poor condition; a multi-storey car park; Lever House, an 8 storey office building; the former Hippodrome nightclub building which is now vacant and unused; the Hogsmill river runs south of the site which is largely contained in concrete. The planning application seeks full planning permission for the demolition of the existing buildings on the Site, and the construction of four new building blocks. One residential building not exceeding 16 storeys comprising of a maximum of 115 units, along with a ground floor cafe/retail pod (Use Class – E), two office buildings and a car park with 354 spaces, replacing the existing unsightly structure that currently stands.

The project is currently in the planning stage, awaiting the decision from the Local Planning Authority (LPA), for Planning consent to enable a mixed use development of buildings comprising retail units and kiosks (Use Classes A1-A5), leisure including a cinema (Use Class D2), media screens, offices (Use Class B1a) and residential (Use Class C3); plant (including CHP).

You have recently started work for the company responsible for the project management of delivering this project as the previous project manager has left the company; his files are not available to you.

You take over the project when planning permission has been applied for, but not granted.

As the incoming project manager you realise there is no risk register for this project and that the programme has not been developed for the next stage (from planning to handover of finished product). There is also no stakeholder analysis.


You must prepare a project risk register and programme to cover the remainder of the project (from receiving planning permission to hand over to the Client) as well as carry out a stakeholder analysis.

You must also prepare an Executive Summary to brief the Client on the project that should include reference to the findings of your programme, risk register and stakeholder analysis.

Assume your client is represented by Behrouz Zafari (module leader). No contact with the actual architect, contractor or Kingston Council (other than Behrouz) should be made. Severe deductions in grade will be applied if any ‘real’ company involved in the project is contacted.

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