The BCC Welcomes New Member at Banbury Meeting

The Karcher Academy in the leafy Oxfordshire town of Banbury was the venue for the BCC’s spring meeting, and one of the most notable developments was the introduction of a new member.

The Building Futures Group – the company formed from the  merger between Asset Skills, CSSA and FMA is now officially installed as the BCC’s latest member, and Chief Executive Sarah Bentley, who gave a strong presentation to members, said she was delighted that the BFG is now part of the BCC.

Members discussed a number of important issues, including how the Council might better lobby a new UK government,how the executive of the Council might operate in future, and also developments for this year’s conference – which are expected to be made public in the next few weeks.

After an extremely lively and engaging meeting, guests were served lunch, and the Council would like to thank everyone at the Karcher Academy for hosting the event.


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