The BCO has five regions, each of which has three dedicated committees.

These committees focus on matters of local interest and undertake activities designed to complement the work of the BCO nationally.

Chapter Committees 

The primary role of the Chapter Committees is to promote the BCO regionally. They achieve this by organising a variety of events, hosting an annual awards programme, and encouraging new members to join.

Terms of reference

  • Promote the BCO to a wider regional audience.
  • Deliver a varied calendar of office tours across the region to share best practice.
  • Disseminate knowledge though the regional launch of published BCO research.
  • Encourage and foster collaboration with a view to creating and inputting into cutting-edge research documents, fitting into the wider BCO objectives.
  • Organise events that encourage debate on topics affecting the regional market.
  • Deliver an annual regional awards programme to promote excellence in office space.
  • Engage with the national Committees, Management Executive and to influence BCO strategy

NextGen Committees

Aimed at the next generation of the BCO, the NextGen committees plan a series of seminars all with the message of "learning from the past, looking to the future".

Terms of reference

  • Bring through and champion a new generation of up and coming stars in the office sector.
  • Mentor and encourage this new generation to become future leaders of the BCO.
  • Provide a platform for new talent to get their ideas heard.
  • Encourage and foster collaboration with a view to creating and inputting into cutting-edge research documents, fitting into the wider BCO objectives.
  • Disseminate knowledge through unique targeted seminars and debates.
  • Promote the role of the BCO to younger members.
  • Establish a social programme encouraging those in the earlier stages of their career to network with other disciplines.

http://bconextgen.co.uk/


Judging Panels

Our regional judging panels are made up of regional BCO members who serve up to three years as a judge. They visit the projects submitted to the BCO Awards which can take up to five days per region.