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Speed Networking - World Day for Cultural Diversity

According to many of those that attended to celebrate with us on 21st May 2018 our first, official 'post-launch' event was way overdue, and for that, I sincerely apologise on behalf of the Board of DiverseCity Surveyors [DCS]! It would also appear that Alexander Smith MRICS; Head of Comms & Events, pulled it out of the bag - yet again, so well done Alex! The venue was perfect [walking distance from his office............hhmm] and the ambience well suited to our fairly nervous group of 'first-timers' who by the end of the evening were singing our praises and crying out for more. Suffice to say, the next event is currently being considered by the DCS Board. At DiverseCity Surveyors there is no

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GDPR Compliance [click here] On behalf of the Board at DiverseCity Surveyors [DCS] With the GDPR deadline fast approaching, we at DiverseCity Surveyors want to assure you [our members] that we have taken steps to ensure that the membership data we keep and process remains compliant with the guidelines set out by GDPR. You can read up about GDPR via the Information Commissioners Office, see link above. If you decide to leave us, please be sure to send a written request to The Communications Team at the following email address diversecity.surveyors@gmail.com Please respond to any email request from us and ensure that your peer group / invited members or other built environment professionals, s

DCS Chair invited to launch 'WIN' with the Mayor of London

The weather was great in Bermondsey and truly befitting for an event that some have said, was not before its time. The official launch of the Workforce Integration Network otherwise known as 'WIN' took place on 9 May 2018 at the Tideway Visitor Centre and was administered as a joint collaboration between Phyllis Abebreseh of the Social Integration Team at the Greater London Authority [GLA], Trust for London [principal funders of the Moving On Up initiative] and BTEG, led by Jeremy Crook OBE. The keynote delivered by London Mayor, Sadiq Khan was truly reflective of the sentiment and life experiences of many of the young black men [YBM] in attendance. Phase 2 of Moving On Up [MoU] an award win

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