Supporting each other – By Joanna Farnsworth

Prologue: When I originally wrote this piece in October last year, we were in the midst of doomsday headlines proclaiming post brexit panic and an industry almost on its knees, here we are weeks away from b-day and what has changed? Very little, except we have grown tired of the scaremongering, have adjusted to the …

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Setting the Dial on DiversiTEA and INKlusion – By Amanda Clack

‘Managing Diversity and Inclusion in Real Estate’ has been written and is published at a poignant moment in what feels like a turning tide of change of attitudes for our sector and is written for real estate and construction professionals alike – at all levels, but especially those in leadership roles.  I say this because …

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So why aren’t you an APC assessor? – By Hannah Waite

25 percent of APC assessors are women, but why aren’t they more visible? I joined Homes England as a planning and development surveyor in 2014 following 10 years as a consultant with Deloitte. I have been a final interview assessor for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) for the …

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