BECG is delighted to have been revealed as one of the Best Places to Work in Property at the 2019 Property Week Awards.
The awards, which took place on 24 April 2019, at Grosvenor House, London, celebrated firms in the property industry that offer not just the best remuneration packages, but the most inspiring working environments, best benefits, strongest leadership and greatest opportunities for career progression.
Also named this week as one of the top three fastest growing PR consultancies in the UK in PR Week’s Top 150, and named 2nd in the UK Public Affairs consultancy rankings, marking its growth and success in providing government relations, local engagement, and planning communications for clients across the country.
With over 80 staff across nine regional offices, BECG takes culture and staff welfare seriously. The communications consultancy provides sector leading investments in personal development, employee benefits – including generous annual leave and flexible working options, whilst also supporting community investment, diversity and inclusivity, in association with initiatives like BAME in Property and Planning Out.
As well as investing in its staff, BECG also seeks partnerships with charities and local groups. In 2018 /19, BECG continued its partnership with The Brain Tumour Charity and The Construction Youth Trust. Last year, a team of 13 intrepid members of staff completed a skydive fundraiser for The Brain Tumour Charity, raising around £8,000 to support the charity and its aims. Next month 17 BECG ‘Peaky Hikers’ will be undertaking the 3 Peaks Challenge with the aim of raising a further £10,000 for the charity.
Speaking of the Property Week Award, CEO Stephen Pomeroy said “I am delighted that BECG has been recognised as one of the Best Places to Work in Property. Our people and their talent are our most important asset – and our staff welfare and our commitment to a positive culture are at the heart of what makes BECG a success. This accolade reflects the staff commitment to make BECG a great place to work.”