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Natasha Bray

Natasha Bray

Head of Neighbourly Matters London, Rapleys

I am a specialist in Neighbourly Matters issues, more specifically in issues surrounding Daylight & Sunlight and Legal Rights to Light. I have a strong background in community driven development schemes with many types of developer and a keen interest in the role that diversity plays in the construction industry. As an ambassador for women in construction too, I am keen to also promote diversity within the industry and look forward to learning more about this from others in the network.

Why is it important to support diversity and inclusion?

"It is a well known fact that the construction industry is not the most diverse, with around only 14% of the industry being made up of women. Given that there are many other minorities within the industry that are underrepresented, I believe it is important for everyone to be aware of the need for diversity and inclusion in working practice to ensure the industry is a great place for all to work".

VISITORS

THOUSANDS

Over 2 days

EXHIBITORS

100'S

At Olympia London's Grand Hall

SPEAKERS

500+

Across 6 Stages

CONFERENCE FLOORS

7

Free to attend