We are a network of women with one thing in common: construction. SWWIC provides women in the south west from any discipline, trade or organisation involved in construction with the opportunity to meet, network and share knowledge and experience.
Now more than ever, many Public sector clients in Construction are asking companies to define and measure their social value commitments; this event aims to help understand some of the ways you can do this.
Willmott Dixon’s Assistant Community Liaison Manager, Danielle Haskings, will aim to look at:
As our support of Sophie’s Smiles draws to a close, we have been thinking about how we might respond to the past year and help the wider community; it has clearly been a difficult time for a number of local groups, not just charities.
Our proposal for the next 12 months is to continue our 2nd year of support for ‘Hugs from Henry’ but to also make some smaller contributions to local community groups that, without help, may disband without extra financial support (e.g. a local Brownies Group, Youth Centre or sports club)
We are looking for suggestions, so if you or your families are members of such groups that need help then please let us know.
Langarth Garden Village will be a vibrant, connected, sustainable and well planned community for between 8,000 and 10,000 residents of Cornwall. It will have local character, strong services, and integrated and accessible transport and green spaces.
James Halse, Director and Senior Account Lead from Arcadis has kindly agreed to provide us with an update on the project.