Join us for the latest Birmingham Briefing which looks at the key changes to our data protection laws that GDPR will bring, with a particular focus on insurance claims.
Decisions on investment and the shape of your supply chain for 2019 are now starting to be made. Despite the political uncertainty, practical steps can be taken to help your strategic planning and understanding the potential post-Brexit landscape is key.
Issues like appreciating what the WTO model or the UK being a '3rd Country' will mean for your UK/EU supply chain, and where the government's trade policy might help open new markets are all key to planning.
An essential update for commercial property professionals.
In the current climate, it has never been more important for companies to actively manage their properties, not just to minimise outgoings but also to explore opportunities to increase revenue.
International legal business DWF has launched a new private capital team in London with the appointments of partner Amanda Chapman and director Roger Holman.
We aim to be a leading employer, where diversity and inclusion are embedded into the way we work. We welcome gender pay gap reporting as another opportunity to review our working practices, and have published our 2017 Gender Pay Gap Report in accordance with the guidelines set out in the Equality Act 2010.
Real estate partner Julie Simms has been named in The Planner's Women of Influence 2018.
The list recognises influential women across the planning and built environment professions and highlights the breadth and quality of work that they do. It is compiled by The Planner, the official magazine of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).