Find out how you can become accredited in dealing with property related issues such as valuer registration and dispute resolution.
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05 Sep 2012
Since its introduction in 1992, the Building Conservation Accreditation Scheme (BCAS) has promoted good practice and standards and become recognised and respected throughout the industry.
The Chartered Environmentalist qualification makes an invaluable addition to your status of chartered surveyor as it is an independently regulated qualification that cuts across all professional disciplines.
RICS has informed members and Government that we have withdrawn from the Commercial Energy Assessor Scheme.
RICS Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) is the world's largest provider of alternative dispute resolution services to the property and construction industries, appointing around 10,000 dispute resolvers per year.
RICS has informed members and Government that we have withdrawn from the Domestic Energy Assessor Scheme.
RICS EWRS - UK is a voluntary scheme that sets the standards for chartered surveyors who act as expert witnesses in the UK.
It is arguable that fixed charge receivership has been unregulated since the introduction of the Law of Property Act 1925. The result of this has been that little or no protection existed to protect the interests of lenders, creditors or other shareholders.
Our Inclusive Environment Consultants Scheme provides an online register of accredited property professionals who have the knowledge, experience and expertise to practise as Inclusive Environment Consultants.
RICS is an Accredited Provider Member of the Civil Mediation Council.
Valuer Registration is designed to protect the public interest and continually raise the standards its members work to.
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