Prestigious position in development and evolution of built environment education
Professor Mike Riley, Head of Department for Built Environment at LJMU, has been elected as Chair of the Council of Heads of Built Environment (CHOBE).
CHOBE supports and represents those with strategic responsibility for the development and delivery of graduate and postgraduate education and research within the disciplines of construction, property and surveying.
It is the primary point of consultation by external stakeholders for education in the sector. It also acts as recognised representation on the various built environment professional and regulatory bodies and other stakeholder organizations.
Professor Riley commented: “It is a great honour to have been elected as Chair of CHOBE and to be in a position to contribute to the development and evolution of built environment education in such a positive and influential way.”
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