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November, 2017

Charity Quiz Success for Cirencester

Dalcour Maclaren’s Cirencester office wowed us with their kind hearts and clever minds as they played host to a fantastic charity quiz night and raised a staggering £1,624 for Alzheimer’s Society.

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November, 2017

Dalcour Maclaren are on Topo!

Last week members of the Dalcour Maclaren mapping team attended a 2-day topographic survey course run by Trimble surveying and equipment specialists, Korec.

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November, 2017

Health and Safety Update: Lone Working Advice

At Dalcour Maclaren, our teams are often working alone on rural or urban land and properties. We go to great lengths to ensure that our staff are clear about the risks of lone working. We urge everyone who might work alone – male or female - to read and share this advice wherever they can.

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October, 2017

Holly’s Heroic Story…

Holly Bishop joined Dalcour Maclaren as a Graduate Surveyor from Harper Adams in September 2017. We think she’s amazing anyway but when you hear her touching story, you too will be moved by her personal mission after she lost her brother to cancer in 2014 and her fundraising efforts to support families like hers.

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October, 2017

University Challenge!

Well done to all the amazing runners who took part in the Oxford Half Marathon on Sunday 8th October. With months of preparation and training runs, a dedicated group have been focussing on completing 13.1 miles.

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October, 2017

Future Energy

This week saw National Grid launch the first of four Future Energy Scenarios Workshops, aimed to encourage and inform debate about how to ensure a secure, sustainable and affordable energy future.

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October, 2017

Rural Offers Charter

Dalcour Maclaren is proud to be a member of the Rural Charter which helps to deliver benefits to the next generation of surveyors and their employers.

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October, 2017

Returning to work after maternity leave

The proportion of female surveyors has risen from 3% in the 1980s to 16% in 2017. This is good progress, but how can our profession attract more of the female bright stars of the future and avoid losing them to other disciplines?

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