A hyper-local sense of place?

A hyper-local sense of place?

The eighth episode of our podcast The Word explores placemaking and its role in shaping communities. Covid-19 lockdown made us hyper-local and detail-observant – daily walks around our local streets,...

Lockdown, Breathe and Learn

Lockdown, Breathe and Learn

The introduction of the current working restrictions offered many challenges initially, both personal and in the workplace. After our computers were delivered to our doorsteps, we began to navigate new...

TFT’s Natalia Ford and Giulia Mori discuss building health, wellbeing and lifecycle

TFT’s Natalia Ford and Giulia Mori discuss building health, wellbeing and lifecycle

As we look ahead to a transition out of COVID-19 lockdown, we’re all thinking about what a ‘new normal’ might look like for our industry. Will the pandemic drive us...

The Win Win of recruiting graduates

The Win Win of recruiting graduates

The National Student Awards has been a Women in Property highlight for 14 years, with some fantastically talented young women going through the challenging Awards process.  Now hear about the...

Congratulations to Fidelia Florentia and Katie Howarth, winners of the Yorkshire & NE Student Awards

Congratulations to Fidelia Florentia and Katie Howarth, winners of the Yorkshire & NE Student Awards

Congratulations to Fidelia Florentia and Katie Howarth, winners of the Yorkshire & NE Student Awards

A great achievement for Emily Cardy who has won the 2020 Midlands Student Awards

A great achievement for Emily Cardy who has won the 2020 Midlands Student Awards

A great achievement for Emily Cardy studying Building Surveying at Nottingham Trent University, who has won the 2020 Midlands Student Awards and will represent the region in the national final...

Congratulations to Rhiannon Walters, who has won the Central Scotland 2020 Student Awards

Congratulations to Rhiannon Walters, who has won the Central Scotland 2020 Student Awards

Congratulations to Rhiannon Walters, who has won the Central Scotland 2020 Student Awards

Congratulations to Freya MacLeod, Northern Scotland Student Awards winner

Congratulations to Freya MacLeod, Northern Scotland Student Awards winner

The Women in Property National Student Awards events are underway across our branches and we're not about to let social distancing get in the way, thanks to Zoom. Northern Scotland...

Doing my bit

Doing my bit

Nicola Jones, Senior Project Manager, Gleeds: Do others feel the same gratitude when they wake up in the morning, free and healthy from symptoms of the Coronavirus and thank their...

From adversity comes opportunity: Business Development in lockdown

From adversity comes opportunity: Business Development in lockdown

Two weeks into lockdown, Rachel Bell, Director and Head of Business Development, Stride Treglown and National Vice Chairman of Women in Property, wrote a blog for Building Design on the ups and...

Need some advice on furlough?

Need some advice on furlough?

With many of our members being furloughed, we want to remind those of you in this position that your fellow members and your branch committee are a great source of...

Listen out for The Word

Listen out for The Word

Women in Property is delighted to launch our new podcast - The Word - kindly sponsored by the Built Environment Communications Group.

UK job retention scheme: guidance for members

UK job retention scheme: guidance for members

The government announced its ground-breaking job retention scheme on Friday 20 March 2020.  The aim of the scheme is to avoid redundancies and protect jobs, therefore benefiting both employers and...

Accentuate the positive

Accentuate the positive

As is the case across the UK, the daily routine of the Banks household has been turned upside down – to put it lightly!  It’s very hard to wrap my...

Virtual events, topical podcasts and webinars to expand the mind

Virtual events, topical podcasts and webinars to expand the mind

As we all adjust to the ‘new normal’, we wanted to give you a little more detail of what we are working on for you, over the coming months.  You...

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.


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RT @PDArchitects: We are currently looking for new team members in our Cardiff studio with particular experience in the education sector -…