Schools Outreach programme - why me, why now, why get involved?

Schools Outreach programme - why me, why now, why get involved?

I wrote this with the backdrop of the devastating impact of Coronavirus but I was determined not to let it stop me talking about why, a few months ago, I...

Support and continuity from the Women in Property network

Support and continuity from the Women in Property network

The Government’s latest advice on Coronavirus is asking people to reduce social contact even further.  This means that many of you may be working from home and will not be...

Macdonald & Company Rewards and Attitudes Survey: Planning sector sees the gender pay gap in favour of Women

Macdonald & Company Rewards and Attitudes Survey: Planning sector sees the gender pay gap in favour of Women

This years’ Rewards and Attitudes Survey by Macdonald & Company reveals that the average salary in the Planning sector is significantly in favour of Women.

Celebrating women who support each other and good men….

Celebrating women who support each other and good men….

Last year was a tough year for me, I faced a series of misfortunes and challenges which tested me to my core. I began to question a lot of things,...

Finding balance, as architect and mum

Finding balance, as architect and mum

When I was 9 I experienced a situation at school where the boys were sent to do woodwork and the girls sent to needlework. I hid under our terrapin classroom,...

Read our latest national newsletter...

Read our latest national newsletter...

Here is the first national newsletter for 2020 from The Association of Women in Property.

Major construction firms support Women in Property charity Annual Dinner

Major construction firms support Women in Property charity Annual Dinner

Women in Property Central Scotland branch is delighted to confirm sponsorship from three major local businesses for its Annual Dinner on 28th February, which will raise funds for charity Music...

"A work placement outside my comfort zone"

"A work placement outside my comfort zone"

I joined Oberlanders Architects as an Architectural Assistant for a 10-week placement between my third and fourth year of studying Architectural Engineering at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. The title of my...

It's a no brainer

It's a no brainer

Recently I chaired a small – but perfectly formed – panel discussion for Women in Property at the UK Construction Week exhibition, held at the NEC.  The topic was to...

Architectural Technology student is Women in Property ‘Best of the Best’ winner, 2019 National Student Awards

Architectural Technology student is Women in Property ‘Best of the Best’ winner, 2019 National Student Awards

Eunice John, a Leeds Beckett University student, has won the top prize in the 2019 Women in Property National Student Awards. Studying Architectural Technology, Eunice triumphed over 13 other national...

My experience: Motorhoming on maternity leave & role reversal in the home

My experience: Motorhoming on maternity leave & role reversal in the home

In my twenties I would airily say that Maternity Leave offered the ideal opportunity to travel, much to the amusement of parents. A decade later, with a four-month old baby...

Welcome to Lancashire and Cumbria satellite branch

Welcome to Lancashire and Cumbria satellite branch

Lancashire and Cumbria has become the latest region to join the Women in Property network.  The new satellite branch held its official launch party on 9th July at The Halston...

Wolverhampton and Loughborough University students win the Midlands Student Awards

Wolverhampton and Loughborough University students win the Midlands Student Awards

The last two finalists have been revealed in the 2019 National Student Awards, for the Midlands region, kindly supported by ISG. Congratulations to Rasha Shrourou, a student at the University...

Liverpool University student Rosie Mead wins North West Student Awards

Liverpool University student Rosie Mead wins North West Student Awards

The talent, skills and ambition of the region’s female property and construction student undergraduates were celebrated at the annual North West Women in Property Student Awards, hosted by Bruntwood at...

Leeds Beckett and Sheffield students take the top prize in Yorkshire & North East Student Awards

Leeds Beckett and Sheffield students take the top prize in Yorkshire & North East Student Awards

Squire Patton Boggs LLP hosted the Yorkshire & North East Student Awards when industry professionals, academics and students from across the region found out who would be going through to...

Emily Hacking and Amy Menzel will represent South West at National Student Awards Final

Emily Hacking and Amy Menzel will represent South West at National Student Awards Final

The success of the National Student Awards now means that, because of the large areas covered by some of the branches and the many Universities participating, we are making awards...

South Wales Student Award goes to Sophie Bowyer

South Wales Student Award goes to Sophie Bowyer

Sophie Bowyer, studying BSc Project Management Surveying at the University of South Wales, has won the South Wales Student Awards.

Four students to represent South East at National Student Awards

Four students to represent South East at National Student Awards

Four talented built environment undergraduates will go forward to the National Student Awards final, in September.  The South East branch region is particularly extensive, so four students from Universities across...

Central Scotland Student Award goes to Jessica McGinniss

Central Scotland Student Award goes to Jessica McGinniss

Jessica McGinniss, studying BEng Architecture at Heriot Watt University, is the winner of the Central Scotland Student Awards.

Jennifer Laffan wins Northern Scotland Student Awards

Jennifer Laffan wins Northern Scotland Student Awards

The National Student Awards season is upon us!  Women in Property branches across the country are holding their regional Awards events, when the talent, skills and ambition of the country’s...

‘Why did no one teach me this at school?’  Leadership Lessons from an Expert

‘Why did no one teach me this at school?’ Leadership Lessons from an Expert

I recently had the opportunity to take part in the Chief Planners of Tomorrow Initiative organised by the Royal Town Planning Institute. This initiative has been set up to provide...


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