RICSAssociate Director of RICS Land Group
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.
Fiona Mannix, 06 Jan 2017
The Secretary of State has announced that £120 million will be made available for the next round of the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) grant scheme at the Oxford Farming Conference. The funding will support farmers, grow businesses, and generate thousands of jobs in rural communities.
Fiona Mannix, 16 Nov 2016
John Lockhart FRICS recently represented RICS at a meeting of the Forestry Commission’s Applicants Focus Group. This meeting focussed on the set up of the Woodland Carbon Fund which will allow millions more trees to be planted across England; helping to meet future carbon targets.
Fiona Mannix, 13 Oct 2016
The National Tree Safety Group (NTSG) are proud to announce the launch of their new website which contains information about the group, its membership, publications and guidance - including the principal guidance "Common sense Management of Trees”.
Fiona Mannix, 13 Jun 2016
We’ve created a brochure highlighting some of the initiatives across RICS with a specific rural dimension. You will be able to see the breadth of activity we are working on to increase the profile of our members in the rural sector and engage further with us. Active engagement of our professionals is critical for the profession’s continued success in a rapidly changing world.
Fiona Mannix, 02 Mar 2016
What impact could Brexit have on agriculture? This was one of the agenda items at the meeting held by our Rural Professional Group Board at the office of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) in Dublin.
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