Celebrating One Year – By Surveyorhood

As we celebrate our first year of posts, we must start with a huge thank you to our many contributors for bringing such a variety of topics and conversation starters. The posts have been very informative and included technical content to broaden our knowledge to personal accounts to allow us to see the world from …

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Allyship – By Natasha Stone

It's something that I've noticed on social media with increasing frequency of late. Being an ally is gaining more attention, whether this is to support women, BAME and LGBTQ+ community, or, as time is going on, any of the many other intersectional groups out there. This weekend marks Brighton Pride celebrations, a festival which brings …

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The Table – By Joanna Farnsworth

At a North London primary school in the 1980’s we enjoyed learning and playing carefree no matter what was happening in the outside world.  These were the days of civil unrest, riots and high rates of unemployment, but, in the four walls of the classroom we thrived within a safe and supported space. I look …

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Surveyorhood – why the new name? – By Natasha Stone

Supporting and helping others to be the best they can be has always been close to my heart. It's been something I've naturally done in every job I've had, and I never really gave it a second thought until I came to step out of my comfort zone and re-trained as a Quantity Surveyor into …

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LGBT: 21 years (kind of) in, 8 years out – By Kate Charrington

What is LGBT? The acronym (LGBT) is used by and for those who consider themselves to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. As a gay woman, I have not always found things easy, but I have found that being open and out in the workplace makes for a much happier and healthier life. LGBT in the School Days My …

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