e3p works across the full life-cycle of the property and manufacturing industry from pre-planning and due-diligence advice to supporting demolition and from environmental permit applications, to supporting decommissioning. e3p prides itself on excellent customer service and believes this is achieved through getting to know its clients and working with them.
FIS (Finishes and Interiors Sector) the trade body for the fit-out sector. We represent over 450 members consisting of specialist contractors, distributors and manufacturers involved in the installation and fit-out of interior systems, façades, ceilings, drywall, partitions and finishes. We serve the sector through our strategic focus areas of FIS Skills, FIS Technical and FIS Community
Galliford Try Partnerships (GTP) is a leading UK regeneration business with a network of eight regional offices, working with the Homes and Communities Agency, registered providers and local authorities to increase the supply of housing and help build vibrant, sustainable communities. From small rural, low-density schemes to major inner-city high-rise developments, GTP has built a reputation for delivering challenging projects across a wide range of tenures, transforming lives and landscapes through true partnership working.
The Works is a not-for-profit community hub, which runs the Construction Academies for University of Manchester and its contractors. It helps local, unemployed people gain the skills, knowledge and qualifications to access opportunities on University of Manchester development projects. The programme aims to diversify the construction industry.
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is an international not-for-profit organisation of women working in the construction industry. It is divided into several regions which are represented at national level but run on a day to day basis by local committees.
You might say it’s the North’s ‘national’ magazine for all things housing, keeping the industry’s key decision makers informed with its incisive editorial package. Northern Housing offers readers the latest industry news from across the North’s diverse regions. Interviews with leading industry figures, topical features and analysis pieces aim to go beyond the headlines for a deeper insight into the issues affecting the sector.
Redrow Homes is one of the largest and most acclaimed housebuilders in the UK. Over the course of its 40-year history, it has built a reputation for quality in everything it does; from creating beautiful homes that people love to live in, to delivering an outstanding service to every customer. This approach extends to its people too, with dedicated training facilities and career paths including entry routes into nearly all its disciplines. Redrow is proud to encourage women into the industry, with its apprenticeship and graduate routes offering many their first start in the sector.
RICS is the world’s leading professional body promoting and enforcing the highest qualifications and standards in the development and management of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. It accredits 125,000 qualified and trainee professionals and any individual or firm registered with RICS is subject to its quality assurance. It seeks to promote a profession which is more diverse and inclusive and to encourage people from all backgrounds to become chartered surveyors.
Stopcocks Women Plumbers is the only franchise of women plumbers in existence and was created to enable women to enter the industry within a supportive and empowering community. Self employment suits women best as it allows them to work flexible hours, which employment may not always be able to offer.
Trowers & Hamlins is an international law firm committed to helping businesses and governments build stronger, more integrated and ultimately more sustainable and economically successful communities. We advise developers, property companies, contractors, housing associations, investors and the public sector engaged in the delivery, funding and policy of homes both nationally and internationally.
PR and marketing agency Unhooked Communications works with companies in the construction, property, architecture and home interiors markets to help them develop their businesses, while maximising the reach and impact of their message. Working with a team of journalists, media relations professionals, content creators and SEO experts, Unhooked offers a flexible, creative and results driven approach to PR and marketing.
The Wates Group, established in 1897, is one of the leading privately owned construction, development and property services businesses in the UK. It employs approximately 4,000 people and generated turnover of £1.62bn in 2017. Wates was named Construction News’ Contractor of the Year in 2017; Building Magazine’s Major Contractor of the Year in 2016 and was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development for the second time. Wates was the first large contractor ever to be awarded Business in the Community's Community Mark and in 2013 was awarded the inaugural National Business Award for Corporate Citizenship in recognition of its leadership and excellence in community investment. In 2017 Wates was named Organisation of the Year at the inaugural UK Social Mobility Awards. Wates is committed to the long-term future of the built environment and to leaving a positive legacy for the communities in which we work and live. Wates is an Investors in People Gold accredited employer.
Founded in 2014, Women in Roofing (WiNR) are an ambitious high impact national networking platform that brings together like minded individuals with the aim of driving a positive culture for change, fairness, inclusion and respect.
Women in Roofing are actively promoting skills and diversity in the construction industry and support advancement and employment enabling both individuals and businesses to realise their full potential, create value and make a difference.
Cross industry collaboration and sharing best practice are at the heart of Women in Roofing’ values. Over the years, Women in Roofing have worked closely with several trade associations and we have provided a strong voice and valuable contribution to joint up national strategic campaigns focused to inspire, foster and develop next generations in construction as well as driving innovation across the sector.
Women on the Tools works with Registered Housing Providers (RPs), training organisations and construction industry employers, to help recruit and retain tradeswomen in response to the current serious construction skills shortage, in order to achieve a better gender balance between tradespeople working in construction.
WotT provides practical support to all concerned with addressing the current imbalance by securing employment opportunities for female tradeswomen.
Through a collaborative approach WotT provides advice, support and guidance to the RPs, training organisations and employers as well as policy makers, to facilitate the growth in women’s with career opportunities within the construction sector.
WotT is a subsidiary of Procure Plus Holdings.