Construction and Property Forum
Type: Information and Policy
Venue: Woodhead Group, Edwinstowe House, High Street, Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire
Date: Thursday, 2 May 2019
Time: 8:00am - 10:00am
Available To: Members and Non Members
Member Price: FREE
Non-Member Price: £30.00+VAT
The Chamber’s Construction and Property is designed for those businesses involved in the construction and property sector to come together to discuss a range of sector specific topics, share best practice, the latest technological developments, economic environment, sustainable construction and employability and skills. The forum also affords delegates the opportunity to network with like-minded businesses and feedback areas of opportunity and concern.
- Welcome and update from the host - Woodhead Group
- “A reflection on BREXIT” : A look at what is happening to construction in the market place, how to set up your project or programme for success and how best to work with the supply chain - Mark Deakin, Director, Cost Management, Turner & Townsend
- Overview of the service provided by Inspiring Governance to support more business representation on the boards of schools, with the aim to improve the sectors profile and develop a pipeline of talent - Richard Ellam, Inspiring Governance
- Detail of the Construction Industry Peer Support program which offers free support* for people working in the construction industry to improve the wellbeing of workers through sport, advice from people who have overcome mental and physical health barriers, and priority access to medical support such as physios - Glenda Casteloes, HCPC Occupational Therapist, Employer Engagement & Workforce Inclusion Officer,Nottingham City Council ( *geographical restrictions may apply)
- Overiew of an ambitious growth plan to construct a planetarium at the Sherwood Observatory site in Sutton-in-Ashfield - Dr Steve Wallace, Project Manager
Sherwood Observatory is an astronomical observatory which is owned and operated by Mansfield and Sutton Astronomical Society. Its primary aim is to engage in public outreach in astronomy and, in particular, through that to encourage young people to follow STEM career paths. With demand for visits currently outstripping supply the Society acquired a redundant underground Victorian reservoir situated in land adjacent to the observatory and has an ambitious plan to convert this into a visitor centre and planetarium. The presentation will cover a brief history of the observatory and its current activities before moving on to describe the plans and current status of proposals for the visitor centre and planetarium.
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Confirmation of your booking
A full confirmation with parking and directions will be emailed to delegates approx. 5 working days prior to the event. If this is a paid for event, an invoice for your delegate place(s), will be emailed to you once your booking has been processed. We ask that all invoices are paid prior to attending the event.
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