Following the publication of the July 2016 implementation report, the communication 'clean energy for all Europeans' announced a possible revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) in November 2016.
Subsequently, the Commission decided in 2016 to launch an evaluation and an impact assessment. Due to the complexity of the process, the evaluation and the impact assessment were later decoupled.
See below for summaries of dialogues on various issues between the Commission and the main stakeholders through technical platforms.
Several Commission reports and studies supported the whole process.
See below for the findings of a specific external study carried out to collect evidence for the evaluation of the CPR and the impact assessment of future potential options.
A public consultation took place between January and April 2018 to gather experiences, views and opinions of interested stakeholders and the public on the internal market for construction products. See the summary of results.
September 2019: An external supporting study was launched to collect evidence from stakeholders.
A new public consultation will be carried out to further deepen the analysis of future impacts, scheduled in August 2020.