Our Team and Values
Discover the Limeslade team and our values – if we can help you in any way at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
After finishing University, Stuart helped grow a construction consultancy founded by an internationally respected expert. Stuart helped the business grow to become one of the world’s most highly regarded in its field. After the sale of the firm to Hill International, he continued to develop the business around the world.
Stuart studied a law degree (LLB) at Birkbeck College, London. More recently, he completed an MBA focusing on construction and real estate management. He has developed a great network of friends and contacts within the legal and construction professions and is a chartered member of the CIOB.
Following several years with Hill International, Annie joined the team in 2018. She is a friendly marketing and event management professional with a common-sense approach. Her innovative ideas and dedication ensure Limeslade can provide the service you expect. Annie is also a great writer and is skilled with email and letters, brochure and website content, articles and blogs.
During her time at Hill International Annie quickly developed a reputation for attention to detail. Annie can advise on designing and writing websites and digital content to maximise responses.
Laura is the newest member of our team, joining us straight from university. Laura has just finished her degree in events management at Oxford Brookes University.
At university Laura was an ambassador for events management. She continues to represent the department for the university.
Laura has also previously worked at Keating Chambers with their events and marketing team. So she has a good grounding in both law and construction, which we’ll be developing during her time with us.
We are looking forward to getting her involved in some of our exciting new projects and seeing where the future takes her.
Our Ethics & Standards
ETHICS & CSR
Modern Slavery: we will adopt a complete zero-tolerance position on violations of anti-human trafficking and anti-modern slavery laws. This will apply to any aspect of our supply chain and partners.
Doing Good Stuff: We are committed to dedicating time to CSR activities and initiatives we believe in. As well as the ad hoc things we do, our regular activities include:
“Expertise Rocks” – The ‘little sister’ of the incredibly successful Law Rocks series. Expertise Rocks sees bands from the world of experts come together for an epic battle of the bands. Each year the event supports one main charity and each of the bands charity of choice. More info at www.expertiserocks.com.
Our work is almost entirely paperless. We try to encourage the use of digital handouts at all the events we organise.
We’re members of the Lighthouse Club. Stuart is a mentor for Buildforce UK and a champion / fundraiser for the First 100 Years Project. We sponsor the Birkbeck College law school annual contract law essay prize.
Gadding About: unless absolutely necessary, we will fly economy class to minimise our footprint. When travelling around the UK / Europe, we’ll travel by public transport unless it’s absolutely impossible to do so (or there’s a pandemic on!). And of course, it goes without saying that the bicycle is a preferred mode of transportation for getting around towns and cities!
Honesty and Openness: we’ll do our very best to be completely open and honest with all our clients. If you have any doubts about this, just shout, if there’s anything we’ve missed, we’ll hold our hands up!
Certification: As time progresses, it’s our intention to work to the principles of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, and will look to our suppliers and partners to ensure they implement similar standards.
DIVERSITY, INCLUSION & TOLERANCE
We won’t tolerate any level of intolerance, be that along the lines of religion, race, sexuality or any other of the things that make the world a diverse and interesting place to be. Limeslade likes nice people – that’s all we ask of the world!
Where possible, we are working towards increasing diversity in the construction industry. Annie is a committee member for the London region of the National Association of Women in Construction. We also worked with the national team on the campaign to change the language of the JCT contract to gender neutral.
As well as the work with the First 100 Years project, Stuart sits on the CIOB London Hub’s Diversity and Inclusion panel. We’ve also worked closely with Let’s Build who support BAME professionals in the built environment.
We always challenge our clients to think about how they can encourage and support professionals from diverse backgrounds. Where we can we challenge everyone we work with to avoid hosting events without a diverse mix of speakers.
PRIVACY AND YOUR DATA
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