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I just wanted to write to you and say thanks for highlighting the gender pay gap in property and keeping it on your daily news feeds.
Are we witnessing the end of the pale, male and stale era? Nah, probably not – not in property, anyway. But we could just be witnessing the beginning of the end.
The last of the large property companies filed their gender pay gap data yesterday ahead of the midnight deadline, including Savills, Colliers International and GVA Grimley, as initial analysis suggested that the industry’s gap was significantly higher than the national average.
Initial analysis suggests women are paid on average just over a quarter less across agents and developers.
Many studies have shown that women are paid less than men and the reporting of gender pay figures has further emphasised this.
While the headline figure used in the gender pay gap article is technically correct, it is only for a very small part of our business – our group support function under the title Barratt Developments Plc.