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POST PEOPLE: RICS West Midlands QS and Construction Faculty Dinner.

The highly successful annual RICS West Midlands QS and Construction Faculty Dinner once again took place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel.

This enjoyable evening offered an opportunity for RICS members and key players in the construction industry to network, entertain clients and enjoy a superb three-course dinner.

The 540 guests also helped raise almost pounds 1,400 for Lion-Heart, the RICS benevolent fund, and enjoyed an after-dinner speech from former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone.

This event was sponsored by Advantage West Midlands, Faithful & Gould, Franklin & Andrews, Holbrow Brookes and Resourcing Group.

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Sponsors and guests; Ken Livingstone, guest speaker; Nickie Gray-Davis, EC Harris; Simon Marks, EC Harris; and Carol Boyd, RICS.; Harvey Williams, RICS West midlands regional board; and Richard Moxon, RICS England chairman; Gurdip Chamba, RICS West midlands regional board; and Ian Pitt, RICS West Midlands chairman.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Mar 23, 2009
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