Tate Consulting building services engineering company was selected to be part of this year’s Parliamentary Review which demonstrates how organisations have become outstanding leaders in their field and aims to raise industry standards.
The Parliamentary Review is an indispensable guide to best practice showcasing examples from across a variety of sectors with the aim of raising industry standards by producing a template for future reform.
The September release of the publication is also widely acknowledged for its importance in the political calendar. Writing in The Review, The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Michael Gove said “this year’s Parliamentary review comes at a momentous time for parliament as we collectively determine the destiny of the United Kingdom.”
Lord Pickles praised the Review published this month as one of the most comprehensive yet. He commented that as Britain undergoes changes, it is “essential that politicians have a firm understanding of the challenges with which British organisations must contend” and that The Review once again provides a perfect platform for this.
Tate Consulting’s portfolio spans every market sector including logistics, industrial, residential and mixed use, commercial, education, retail and leisure. With offices in London, Leeds and Manchester the company are able to secure contracts working on the biggest commercial brands and large-scale development projects across the country.
Jim Lee and Grahame Kelly, Directors of Tate Consulting attended the prestigious event at Mansion House in London, co-chaired by Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett with speakers including broadcaster and journalist Julia Hartley-Brewer and former cabinet Minister Ed Balls.
Jim Lee said: “We feel very honoured and privileged to represent our industry sector in the Parliamentary Review. It also gives us a platform as industry thought leaders to discuss the challenges we all face and how key policy makers can help implement the changes required.”
Grahame Kelly added: “I met a number of interesting people from across the country and it was good to hear everyone’s perspective on life in the UK today, with Parliament and Brexit dominating discussions as you might expect.”
As part of the Parliamentary Review, Tate Consulting submitted a 1000-word article on how they’ve responded to challenges within the industry, sharing best practice as a template for reform.
Across all its policy sectors, The Review is sent out to over half a million individuals each year, including MPs, Peers at the House of Lords, Chief Executives, Vice Presidents, Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology and Procurement Officers.
George Osborne, Theresa May, David Cameron and Philip Hammond have all written exclusively for the Review over the last few years, along with many of the nation’s most established business leaders and talented entrepreneurs.
The Parliamentary Review best practice article for Tate Consulting can be viewed via link below, or for print copy please email email@example.com