What’s in a word?

What’s in a word?

I recently had an opinion piece published in one of the construction industry’s leading titles, Construction News.  When it appeared online (and I shared the link on twitter) two things...

How Women in Property Student Awards opened doors for budding quantity surveyor

How Women in Property Student Awards opened doors for budding quantity surveyor

Having already worked in the property sector in social housing, lettings agents and resource planning roles, Rebecca Freeman had always had a passion for the housing industry. The more experience...

Achieving Visibility

Achieving Visibility

I am often asked to explain the benefits of being a member of Women in Property. The simple reply is ‘the association supports female property professionals through networking events and...

Deeds not Words

Deeds not Words

During MIPIM 2018, as Chair of the Property Group at Wilberforce Chambers, I was pleased to welcome guests to our annual Women in Property breakfast. As I said at the...

Women in Property. Is the organisation still relevant in 2018?

Women in Property. Is the organisation still relevant in 2018?

Ten years ago, I stood on the stage at the EICC addressing 850 guests at the Women in Property Dinner. I was Chairman of the Central Scotland branch at the...

A Quiet Revolution

A Quiet Revolution

There seems to be a quiet revolution taking place in the real estate sector. For many years, hotel operators have leveraged off their reputation and have monetised their branding. In...

West of England Devolution Deal - Don't be left in the dark, What Opportunities does it bring?

West of England Devolution Deal - Don't be left in the dark, What Opportunities does it bring?

The Association of Women in Property and the Forum for the Built Environment recently jointly hosted over 100 hundred property professionals at an event to discuss the upcoming West of...

Does the housing industry need more “nasty women”?

Does the housing industry need more “nasty women”?

It’s a sad reflection of the housing industry in 2016 that the very fact of an all-female panel is worthy of comment. Recently I was lucky enough to be on...

Pride Road: A Game Changer for Women in Architecture

Pride Road: A Game Changer for Women in Architecture

How can anyone make a real difference for women in architecture, a profession overwhelmingly dominated by white males? I have been asking myself this question for the last five years,...

Careers advice in front of the camera

Careers advice in front of the camera

Rachel Bell is Divisional Director, Head of Business Development, for Stride Treglown Throughout my ten years as a member of WiP, I have been particularly motivated by encouraging the younger...

A short 430km from Bristol to Paris

A short 430km from Bristol to Paris

Most of us had never considered taking part in an endurance cycling event before now, but when we were asked by the fundraising manager at Above & Beyond in Bristol...


National Sponsors

RT @LukeBennett13: @SHU_DNBE @WiPawards1 @WiPUK @WIP_YNE SHU BSc Real Estate student wins the national Women in Property Student Award 2018…