Fiona Mannix

RICS
Associate Director of RICS Land Group

About

Fiona is an Associate Director of RICS Land Group with primary responsibility for the Rural Professional Group. Fiona graduated from Trinity College in Dublin with a BSc in Management. She subsequently qualified as a management accountant in the oil and gas industry in London and spent her final years as an accountant in the financial services sector.

Planning a change of career Fiona completed post graduate studies in Co-operative Organisation, Food Marketing and Rural Development, subjects which were more aligned to her interests. Fiona works very closely with the Rural Professional Group Board and has been instrumental in the development of a suite of guidance for rural members on a number of subjects, most recently on agricultural stocktaking valuations. She has also taken the lead on other key initiatives for rural members, in particular on the development of the RICS National Rural Conference.

Articles (4)

  • Creating value from woodlands
    Rural

    Creating value from woodlands

    RICS and the ICF (Institute of Chartered Foresters) were delighted to work together on their “Creating Value from Woodlands” event which took place in Oxford on the 17 April.

  • A new Agricultural Revolution?
    Rural

    A new Agricultural Revolution?

    Luke Dale-Harris, a policy and research consultant with the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group, South West, outlines the potential streamlining of environmental regulations and farming subsidies.

  • Water UK Industry Meeting
    Rural

    Water UK Industry Meeting

    RICS Rural Professional Group were invited to attend a Land Entry Forum meeting co-ordinated by UK Water in December 2017. In addition to the water companies all key stakeholders were invited.

  • Beyond Brexit: Rethinking agricultural taxation policy
    Rural

    Beyond Brexit: Rethinking agricultural taxation policy

    Brexit and the impending withdrawal from current CAP structures and funding provides the UK with the opportunity to rethink agricultural taxation policy and focus on what the sector needs to ensure a sustainable future.

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