As part of the RICS UK External Affairs team, David addresses policy, public affairs and press activity to build RICS' influence, credibility and profile and gain recognition of our professional standards.
David ensures that RICS makes the widest possible contribution to the people and economy of Wales as devolution matures. An important part of his mission is ensuring the ‘voice’ of members in Wales comes through in our policy work at both a UK and international level.
David Morgan, 26 Apr 2018
In a dramatic and emotionally charged speech at the Welsh Labour Conference, First Minister Carwyn Jones announced he would be standing down this Autumn.
David Morgan, 23 Apr 2018
RICS held a policy roundtable with Welsh Government Cabinet Secretary for Finance Mark Drakeford on April 22 at the Welsh Labour Conference in Llandudno North Wales, to discuss how International Construction Measurement Standards (ICMS) could support the Construction sector in Wales.
David Morgan, 26 Feb 2018
Welsh Government proposes new tax in bid to encourage development.
David Morgan, 21 Feb 2018
The future of the M4 relief road proposal remains clouded in political uncertainty with some political stakeholders pushing for a standalone vote on the proposal in order to block it.
David Morgan, 25 Oct 2017
In association with our partners in the Homes 4 Wales Alliance, RICS last week held a highly stimulating and successful roundtable discussion on the implications of Brexit for Housing and construction in Wales.
With the recent changes to the tax regime coming into force at the beginning of April, there is some...
On RICS Residential Market Survey: Devolved regional outlook
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