There are many organisations that work with diverse audiences providing career support across the built environment.
We are bringing these organisations and initiatives together to facilitate discussion, collaboration and change. This 'Network of Networks' is open to all organisations that work with under-represented groups to facilitate careers in the built environment.
Please get in touch to join in.
BAME in Property is an organisation for BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicities) and non-BAME professionals who are passionate about increasing ethnic diversity in the property and planning sectors.
Our vision is to facilitate careers in construction as well as work with organizations looking to improve their diverse representation including advancement of black and ethnic minority professionals.
At DiverseCity Surveyors, we offer quality support services and educational training [including CPD] to BAME Surveyors who are members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors [RICS], irrespective of their physical location, across the world.
We enable Engineers, Architects and Business services professionals, with UK Refugee Protection, living in London, to go back to work in their profession.
BuildForce is a UK-wide Alliance of employers, industry bodies and charities (currently 100+ strong), established with the mission of transitioning military service leavers and veterans to new careers in the construction sector and built environment.
Our aim is to tackle unemployment amongst those who have kept us safe by offering them a seamless transition to a new career in construction.
This guide is here to help individuals expand their competences by finding CPD courses, expanding their knowledge and diversity within the modern construction industry where professional currency is the key to staying ahead of the game.
Finchale Group is an independent charity and leading provider of specialist employment programmes that support people with complex barriers to employment that want to make a life change to realise their full potential.
Project Recce has a simple mission: to become the number one organisation in the UK for veterans wishing to enter employment in the construction industry.
A Fairer Chance (AFC), is a Community Interest Company formed in September 2011. Its overall objective is to reduce worklessness across the UK’s priority groups.
Bounce Back is a Charity and a Social Enterprise focused on the training and employment of people in and leaving prison. We work inside and out with a firm belief that everyone has the ability to change and deserves an opportunity to do so.
Forward empowers people to break the often interlinked cycles of addiction or crime to move forward with their lives. For more than 25 years we have been working with people to build positive and productive futures.
Building Equality is an alliance of construction consultants, engineers, developers, contractors, and institutions who are passionate about working together and harnessing our collective power to drive LGBT+ inclusion in the construction industry.
Freehold is a leading and unique networking forum for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender real estate professionals working within the real estate sector.
LGBT Property Professionals are a networking event based in Manchester, our aim is to connect all professionals of the property sector & raise awareness.
Planning Out is an LGBT network for professionals in the town planning sector.
NAWIC is an international not-for-profit association dedicated to the advancement of women in the construction industry.
Real Estate Balance is an association run by a group of female and male leaders from different organisations and disciplines engaged in real estate who are focussed on addressing the gender imbalance in our sector.
We are a group of dynamic and brave real estate professionals. We are dedicated to gender equality and diversity in the real estate industry through informal education and networking opportunities.
We believe that as a plumbing and heating company we’re unique. Established in 1990, Stopcocks have always put the needs of the customer first.
Helping to create a diverse industry through support and community.
Women into Construction is an independent not-for-profit organisation that promotes gender equality in construction.
The FIS Women in fit-out sector has been formed to help bring greater recognition to a crucial part of the construction team and to encourage women to enter the sector.
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.
Here at Your Energy Your Way, our team not only brings years of renewables experience but also wider electrical, plumbing and roofing expertise.
The creator of the award-winning ‘Design Engineer Construct! Learning Programme for young people (and their teachers!), Class Of Your Own works around the world with schools, colleges, universities, NGOs and industry to educate the Future of Construction.
Construction Youth Trust is a charity whose aim is to inspire and enable young people to overcome barriers and discover a career in the construction and built environment sector.
The CSTT was established by The Worshipful Company of Chartered Surveyors to help individuals overcome the barriers they face in pursuing a career in Surveying.
The JBT Construction Programme is based on Joe’s years of managing construction-training programmes.
George Clarke founded MOBIE in 2017 as an educational charity to train and inspire young people to innovate in the design and construction of HOMES in the UK and abroad.
ULI is the oldest and largest network of cross-disciplinary real estate and land use experts in the world. ULI is its members—delivering the mission, shaping the future of the industry, and creating thriving communities around the globe.
Proud to be part of a movement founded on love and passion for youth - offering a unified response to prepare unemployed youth to fill eminent labour market gaps.