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  • Taylor Wimpey

    Strategic Land overview. What do we do?

    • 15 May 2017

    James Malyon has been working for Taylor Wimpey for just over 18 months and is now working as an Assistant Land Manager for the Strategic Land division. He has shared some of his experiences so far working for Taylor Wimpey.

  • Going Global: Katie Mansfield - The lady leading the way for Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Occupier Services

    • 1 Feb 2017

    Katie Mansfield: The Lady Leading the Way for Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Occupier Services

  • Attracting Talent!

    • 25 Jan 2017

    As many of the UK’s largest infrastructure projects get given the green light, Dalcour Maclaren Director, Andrew Barker, shares part of the strategy for attracting top talent into surveying.

  • 5 tips for Graduate success from Crest Nicholson

    • 5 Nov 2015

    Crest Nicholson provide Graduates with 5 insightful tips for success. View a case study and testimonials of their Graduate Scheme for aspiring property professionals.

  • Helpful advice for graduates

    • 2 Oct 2015

    Graduates! Follow this link to read a collection of helpful content – top tips to help you progress your commercial property career.

  • Dalcour Maclaren

    • 6 Mar 2017

    Nicola Putt, Dalcour Maclaren HR Director, talks about how we became the only chartered surveyors to be on the Sunday Times Top 100 List”

  • Calling all graduates!

    • 1 Jan 2014

    Handy tips to make sure you make the right start and best possible first impression in a new company.

  • Starting out in property: the graduate's view

    • 14 Dec 2011

    As a new wave of graduates start their industry inductions, Estates Gazette talks to a few about their careers to date, and how the numbers of new graduates are up on last year.

  • Routes into Property

    • 14 Dec 2011

    Whatever route you take to get into property, choosing a specialism will help. Ellen Gylen asks experts in different areas of the industry about how they got where they are.