The Doyle Club is the premier, long established, discreet organisation providing prestigious networking opportunities for people engaged in, or associated with, construction, property, development and FM.

Meetings of The Doyle Club take place at lunchtime in the City of London, on the first Thursday of each month and attract around 300 members and guests. Most meetings are sponsored by Member’s respective companies and are conducted in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere. Members of The Doyle Club enjoy a strong spirit of friendship and camaraderie. Membership of The Doyle Club is strictly by recommendation and invitation only and only members can book our ticket only events. Other than any expense incurred to one’s own account (the bar) at meetings, membership of The Doyle Club costs nothing. Yes that means free! We provide industry leading seminars before each network meeting and hold 4 special events a year. We are informal and very relaxed. Humour and enjoyment is however, our mantra. If you would like to join but do not know a Member or would simply like to find out more about becoming a member of the Doyle Club, then our Chairman, Brad Bamfield or Senior Vice chairman, Mark Lye would be delighted to hear from you. This is a long page please scroll down for more information.


This month’s meeting sponsor is We care 4 Air

We Care 4 Air are Air Quality Monitoring specialists, we provide equipment, data, reporting and service to ensure that construction projects are complying to the latest air pollution regulations.

See the website here


Last month’s meeting sponsor was Jarman’s Solicitors

Jarmans Solicitors is a full spectrum law firm based in Sittingbourne with clients in Kent and throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, the Far East, South America and the USA.

See the website here

Exclusive annual Forum membership fees for Doyle Club Members

As well as support and advice, The Forum of Private Business provides insurance cover for legal proceedings such as employment tribunals, tax investigations and commercial related prosecutions.


Latest News