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29 Jun 2016
RICS commends the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) and The Appraisal Foundation on the release of A Bridge from USPAP to IVS, a document harmonizing differences between their separate standards, the International Valuation Standards (IVSs) and Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), respectively.
27 Jun 2016
Amanda Clack FRICS is today being inaugurated as the RICS President for 2016-17.
Jeremy Blackburn, 24 Jun 2016
The result of the referendum draws a line under the campaigns of the last few months. The British people have decided that the UK should leave the EU. There now follows a vote in Parliament, and a detailed negotiation for the UK’s exit.
23 Jun 2016
A recent YouGov survey of senior British SME decision-makers commissioned by RICS has found that people with physical and mental disabilities still face significant barriers in the workplace.
Sarah Speirs , 09 Jun 2016
According to the latest RICS UK Residential Market Survey, activity in the Scottish housing market slowed during May, as a decline in new properties coming on to the market was accompanied by a drop in new buyer enquiries.
Ben Collins , 09 Jun 2016
Demand from homebuyers in Wales fell for the second consecutive month in May, according to the latest figures from RICS.
Demand from homebuyers in Northern Ireland fell for the second month in row in May, according to the latest RICS and Ulster Bank Residential Market Survey.
Simon Rubinsohn, 09 Jun 2016
RICS UK Residential Market Survey, May 2016: House prices looks set to falter as increasing uncertainty weighs on the market.
08 Jun 2016
Phil Hardy-Bishop has joined us as our Infrastructure Director from Highways England.
07 Jun 2016
An inaccurate story is currently being reported by media stating that RICS data shows that online estate agents House Simple are 40% more likely to sell homes than their high street counterparts.
21 May 2016
The renowned Grand Central & Birmingham Gateway success continues as it scoops the top prize at this year’s RICS Awards, West Midlands. The multi-million pound regeneration outshone in three categories, respectively, before scooping the top accolade of Project of the Year.
19 May 2016
The redevelopment of Cheltenham Racecourse has been crowned the overall Project of the Year in the RICS South West Awards 2016.
Kim Bailey, 14 May 2016
Over 45 of Yorkshire and Humber’s most inspiring and community beneficial property schemes battled it out for top honours at the 2016 RICS Yorkshire & Humber Awards, where a landmark power plant in Sheffield was crowned Project of the Year.
13 May 2016
Northern Ireland house prices are continuing to rise despite a fall in new buyer enquiries, according to the latest RICS and Ulster Bank Residential Market Survey.
The New South Wales Government in Australia has today endorsed the need for the International Property Measurement Standard (IPMS) to drive the global roll-out of the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) energy efficiency rating system.
A new headquarters building in Portsmouth for the Land Rover BAR yacht racing team has been crowned the overall Project of the Year in the RICS South East Awards 2016.
A new professional qualification will set the benchmark for how public company assets in the United States (US) are reported.
12 May 2016
Increase in supply and demand as forecast predicts sales growth across Scotland.
Bringing back to life a 1755 mill house and bakery, the restoration of Grade II listed Sacrewell Watermill beat tough competition to not only win two category awards but the illustrious Project of the Year at this year’s RICS Awards, East of England.
Lack of supply will continue to push up UK house prices despite short term uncertainty according to the latest RICS UK Residential Market Survey.
Gary Strong FRICS, 12 May 2016
A major global review of conflict of interest guidelines for chartered surveyors has entered its final phase, with industry stakeholders now being asked to feedback on the completed draft.
Kim Bailey, 11 May 2016
Our new research report — in partnership with Northumbria University — 'Housing Associations and Market Renting in the North East and North West of England' looks at the potential and opportunities for social housing providers to fulfil a broader role in the housing market, and the barriers they face.
The RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year Awards launched two years ago, in a bid to raise awareness of the UK's diverse range of young, talented professionals shaping the world we live in. The search is now on to find 2016's top young surveyors.
09 May 2016
A Queen’s University research facility has been named Project of the Year at the RICS Awards 2016, Northern Ireland.
05 May 2016
International businesses are postponing investment in Britain in the wake of EU uncertainty, according our latest UK Commercial Market Survey.
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