REC Curry & Networking, Central London

To celebrate our continued expansion in the south and to thank both our new and existing clients for their support, REC is hosting a Networking and Curry night in central London. An exclusive event,  the REC team welcomes its clients and other local property and construction professionals to join us for drinks, food and informal networking.

Hosted at the chic Indian restaurant and cocktail bar, Mint Leaf Lounge, the night is the first of its kind in London for REC. A night of curry, cocktails and networking, the event follows the success of REC’s annual Curry and Networking nights for the property and construction community in Southampton and will be headed up by REC’s Regional Director for the South, Stuart Philips.


Mint Leaf Lounge, 12 Angel Court, London EC2R 7HB
18:00 – 19:00 Drinks reception
19:00 – 21:00 Curry and Networking
21:00 until late After-dinner drinks at The Forge
Thursday 21st September 2017

Places are exclusive to REC’s clients and property and construction professionals.

To book your free place now, please RSVP to Stuart Phillips by Friday 25th August 2017.
As places are limited, we advise to book now to avoid disappointment

Breakfast Briefing: New Noise Guidelines for Residential Developments


The new ProPG (Professional Practice Guidance on Planning & Noise for New Residential Development) noise guidelines were released at the end of last month to provide a more comprehensive approach to noise assessment and management for residential developments. Hosted by REC’s Regional Director, John Goodwin, and REC’s Principal Acoustics Consultant, Lee Faulkner, REC invites you to join its in-house experts for a presentation and discussion around the  new acoustic guidelines and their implications on planning and development.

What will we cover?

 In light of the new ProPG, the second seminar in REC’s Breakfast Series will discuss the recently launched noise guidance; explain the interpretation of the guidelines for both external and internal noise criteria for new residential developments, assess the potential implications for noise management processes and look into the application of the guidance for site design with acoustics in mind.

Who is it for?

Developers, their advisors and planners, and those who may come across acoustic considerations within residential developments as part of their work.

When and where?

08:00 – 10:00 AM | Thursday 7th September  2017

 Tony Wilson room, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Elliot House  |  151 Deansgate  |   Manchester  |   M3 3WD

Email Emma Prendergast at to register your place. Places are limited so it is advised to book now.

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