The SCSI North East region will hold its inaugural dinner at the Nuremore Hotel in Carrickmacross, County Monaghan next Friday the 27th January.
Over 200 Chartered Surveyors from counties Meath, Westmeath, Louth, Monaghan and Cavan are expected to attend the event. The guest speaker for the dinner is broadcaster and economist David McWilliams who will speak on Brexit in the crossborder context and the prospects for the property market arising from it.
As you know our SCSI Annual Dinner is fast approaching. Held this year at the Clayton Hotel (formerly DoubleTree by Hilton), Burlington Road on February 4th, the black-tie event is our most popular of the year with over 1,300 members expected to attend. Every year, tickets sell out months in advance. This year will be no different…
The Society held their annual Christmas members reception o December 1st, with over 100 members in attendance.
The building was adorned with Christmas decorations in time for the event with canapes, wine and beer served well into the evening.
Both Roisin McGrenra, Aramark and Kay Maguire, Galway Property Services were awarded Highest Achieving Student in their respective DIT courses. Roisin who achieved top marks in her course, Ordinary Degree in Property and Facility Management and Kay Maguire who placed first in DIT’s Higher Certificate in Property Studies course.
This year’s Dinner, organised by Michael Mooring, Chair of the Southern Region, and the rest of the Committee attracted over 250 members from around the region involved in the land, property and construction sector.
The speaker for this month was Gillian Horan from The Pudding Brand who spoke on personal branding. Gillian is the Chief Brand Strategist and CEO of The Pudding Brand. She is a certified brand consultant, a lecturer, a trainer and an author. She has over 12 years’ experience in the world of branding and is often referred to as a brand fanatic.
The annual SCSI Young Surveyors Ball took place in the Double Tree by Hilton, Burlington Road on Saturday, October 29th. Organised by the Young Members Committee of the Society, this year’s Ball had 200 members in attendance.
This year the Society is looking at the issues facing the future of property. What are the changes in how we live and work which will shape the demands on residential and commercial? What are global trends and challenges likely to change how businesses need to look at their services and portfolios? These are just some of the issues that will be discussed at the Annual Conference and why it will be a morning not to miss.
The dinner was attended by over 150 chartered surveyors working in property, land and construction. Rugby legend Gordon D’Arcy was the guest speaker on the evening and regaled the highlights of his career with Leinster, Lions and Ireland to the many guests in attendance.
Over the course of the evening of Thursday the 15th of September, 80 plus members attended a social and networking event in the Society. It was an opportunity for many members to network across professional groups and enjoy the facilities of their Society at 38 Merrion Square.