CHOBE is here to support and represent, with a voice of influence, those with strategic responsibility for the development and delivery of graduate and postgraduate education and research within the disciplines of construction, property and surveying. Building

CHOBE objectives include:

  • Developing communities of practice in built environment education to support heads of departments/schools (or nominees) in the UK and Ireland.
  • Influencing policy consultation through being the collective contact point for issues around built environment education for external stakeholders and Professional Statutory and Regulatory Bodies.
  • Providing a forum in which people can come together to network, share, and address problems in a supportive and collaborative way.
  • Addressing the practical, day-to-day matters associated with learning, teaching and assessment.
  • Funding to initiate larger research projects that can have an impact on how we deliver our businesses.

 

 

 

CHOBE Executive

Our executive board for 2018-2019.
Jane

Jane Wright - Joint Co-Chair

University of Westminster
Mike

Professor Mike Riley - Joint Co-Chair

Liverpool John Moores University
Aled

Aled Williams - Vice Chair

University College of Estate Management
Bassam

Dr Bassam Bjeirmi

Robert Gordon University
Nick

Professor Nick Morton

Birmingham City University
Gerard

Dr Gerard Wood

University of Salford
Jane Kettle

Jane Kettle

Jane Kettle Consulting Ltd.

CHOBE Latest news

From Council of Heads of the Built Environment

ICMS Second Edition

To those who teach and/or research in the area of quantity surveying or construction cost management, the 2nd edition of the International Construction Measurement Standards (ICMS) is now available. Please see here for details ICMS Read more…

iBEE2020, Liverpool, April

We are delighted that iBEE2020 will be part of the 56th Annual Associated Schools of Construction International Conference, 15-18th April. Calls for papers for the iBEE Stream will be made shortly, in the meantime more Read more…

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