Forging links with the Sheffield Built Environment Community

By Rebecca Roffe

Last week, I attended my first meeting as a committee member of the Sheffield Forum for the Built Environment (FBE). The FBE is a networking organisation for the property, development and construction industries. I was delighted to be asked to join the committee but a little daunted to attend my first meeting. However, I needn’t have worried — the committee members are incredibly friendly, forward thinking and outcome oriented. They want to increase the profile of the Sheffield City region and to ensure that the property professionals in the area have opportunities to network and grow their business…

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