RICSPR & Communications Manager (North)
Kim's role is to raise awareness of the work of RICS and chartered surveyors through the organisation's Northern (North West, Yorkshire & Humber and North East) media channels.
Kim provides member communications through fortnightly e-newsletters and quarterly magazines, known as Surveyor, for each of the aforementioned Northern regions. Each magazine is full of local member news, regional industry features and details of upcoming events for members. Kim is responsible for sourcing, drafting and editing all of the content for the regional magazines. If you have any news or potential stories that you feel would be of interest, please get in touch.
Yorkshire & HumberNorth WestNorth East
Kim Bailey, 10 Oct 2017
LionHeart, the charity for RICS professionals, provides a wide range of support to help members reduce workplace stress and anxiety. Here — to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October — we look at some of the charity’s most influential initiatives that are actively making a real difference in improving mental health.
Kim Bailey, 13 Sep 2017
Ten firms that utilise BIM technology to create smarter, more creative buildings were recognised at the 2017 RICS BIM4SME Awards, where Willmott Dixon Interiors won the esteemed ‘Best Overall BIM Project’ for their work on 39 Victoria Street in Westminster, London.
Kim Bailey, 08 Aug 2017
After graduating top of his class with first-class honours, Patrick Harley-Blake, a building surveyor from Faithful+Gould has been awarded the Yorkshire & Humber RICS Prize from Leeds Beckett University for his exceptional achievements and his passion for progressing technology and innovation within the industry.
Kim Bailey, 18 Jul 2017
The Lake District national park has been listed as a world heritage site, joining the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China and the Grand Canyon in achieving one of the highest accolades on the planet.
Kim Bailey, 22 Jun 2017
More needs to be done to educate buyers that a valuation is not a home buyers survey, and the industry needs more home surveyors and valuers. These were key issues raised at a recent Residential Question Time Debate, held at the iconic Haydock Racecourse in the heart of the North West.
We're calling on construction firms across the UK to help tackle the skills shortage in the industry by helping some of their community’s most vulnerable people get back into work.
Kim Bailey, 09 Jun 2017
Barnsley’s new SAVA School of Surveying has seen its first student graduate with a diploma in Residential Surveying and Valuation, and he’s now leading one of the fastest growing independent residential surveying firms in the UK.
Kim Bailey, 07 Jun 2017
In autumn this year, the Mersey Gateway Project — a £1.89 billion scheme incorporating a new six-lane toll bridge over the River Mersey — will open. Consultant Development Surveyor on the Mersey Gateway Project Alan Scarisbrick FRICS tells us more about this pioneering infrastructure scheme and why it’s more than just a bridge.
Kim Bailey, 20 May 2017
The transformation of Oldham’s grade II listed Town Hall into a quality family entertainment and dining destination scooped three accolades at the 2017 RICS Awards, North West including the overall 'Project of the Year' title.
Kim Bailey, 11 May 2017
Despite huge investments and advancements in technology, the property sector and wider construction industry is still slow to uptake the latest innovations which could create more sustainable homes and buildings, wider bridges, and better transport systems.
© RICS 2017
© RICS 2017