Calling all future leaders – voice your opinion on how the industry can improve
Young Entrepreneurs in Property (YEP) are collaborating with the Considerate Constructors Scheme for the forthcoming ‘How to be considerate in construction’ event, where future leaders of the industry will be asked for their views and ideas on changing the face of the construction industry.
Taking place on 27 July 2017 in London, keynote speaker Roma Agrawal, a Scheme Non-Executive Director, will host the debate inviting attendees to share their thoughts and ideas of how the construction industry can be a force for positive change in towns and cities, and be a part of shaping the Scheme’s future strategy.
The event is open to all members of YEP, which is a networking organisation for young people in property and construction. Their vision is to be the go-to organisation for entrepreneurs, rising stars and future leaders in the industry. ‘YEPPERS’ range from property managers to developers, architects and engineers to contractors, lawyers and surveyors, and project managers to interior designers – no discipline from the industry is not represented. Anyone wanting to attend who is not already a member of YEP can sign up for free through the YEP website.
Tickets for the event cost £15 and can be purchased through the YEP website. The event is hosted by AECOM at their London office. AECOM is a global network of experts working with clients, communities and colleagues to develop and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges.
The Scheme welcomes this opportunity to hear from the next generation of construction professionals on how the industry can work together to not only improve its image but how it can make a real difference to peoples’ quality of life.