The Yorkshire & Humber Region have confirmed their Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 23rd January 2020 for a 18:00 start at Clifton Park Museum in Rotherham.
This AGM will include regional elections for Regional Chairman & Ordinary Members so if you are a member who is looking to do more for your region please contact Adam Bullock using the details provided above.
Sandland-Taylor Consultancy: Motivation CPD
A CPD event provided by Simon Sandland-Taylor, Owner & Director of Sandland-Taylor Consultancy, on the subject of Motivation will follow the AGM.
Simon is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) and a corporate member of the Institution of Fire Engineers (MIFireE). He has a degree in Building having studied at Nottingham Trent University and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) awarded by Nottingham Business School.
He has a proven track record in both the private and public sectors as a dynamic transformational leader.
In the private sector he has managed a vast variety of construction projects for some of the largest building companies in the UK, ranging from residential to multi million pound commercial developments.
In the public sector he was Head of Regulatory Services for a Local Authority where he was responsible for the leadership and development of the following services:
¬ Building Control
¬ Business Continuity and Emergency Planning
¬ Community Safety and CCTV
¬ Environmental Health
¬ Environmental Protection
¬ Licensing and Land charges.
In addition to the above services Simon was responsible for ‘corporate enforcement’, dangerous structures and Safety at Sports Grounds.
Under his leadership his services attained numerous coveted quality assurance and customer focused awards including Customer Service Excellence, Charter Mark, ISO 9002 Quality systems and Investors in People.
He has represented the surveying profession on numerous regional and national executive boards. He currently represents RICS on three British Standards Institution Fire Safety Committees, and is also a member of the RICS Fire Safety in Tall Buildings Working Group set up following the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Simon was instrumental in setting up the Building Control pathway on the part time BSc (Hons) Building degree at Nottingham Trent University. He collaborated on the writing and development of 22 distance learning texts and packages for use on the above course and other degree programmes. He was a visiting lecturer and examiner for the Building Control Practice and Fire & Buildings modules at the University.
To book your place please use the event contact listed above.