RICSDirector of Regulatory and Corporate Affairs
Gillian is responsible for RICS' reputation and profile. She leads on recognition and enforcement of RICS' standards in the key economic and financial centres of the world.
Her remit includes policy, research and economic commentary; external communications and brand development; and regulatory policy and operations.
Gillian joined RICS in 2004, having previously held roles at professional bodies and trade associations in regulation, communications, government relations and commercial development. She enjoys playing a central role in RICS' vision of achieving recognition of the profession by governments and markets throughout the world.
RICS appears to be a complex organisation but everything we do is aimed at embedding the highest standards and ensuring, through our quality assurance, that those standards continue to be met. What we do is fundamentally important. It contributes to the sustainability of economies and societies.
Gillian Charlesworth, 03 May 2017
At the second of its new format annual strategy meetings, Governing Council agreed further steps in ensuring the future of RICS as a global professional body, fit for the 21st century and able to equip future generations of professionals. This report sets out the meeting highlights, priorities and actions agreed by Council.
Gillian Charlesworth, 18 Apr 2017
Over 5,448 professionals responded to the latest survey.
Gillian Charlesworth, 04 Jul 2016
Our Governing Council met in London 27-28 June 2016. This was the second meeting of a new-style Council, with alternate meetings focussing on strategy formulation and oversight. The new approach will position us as the leading body in our sector, while protecting our reputation by having oversight over a number of risks and gaining assurance that risks are managed to an acceptable level.
Gillian Charlesworth, 06 Jul 2015
Strategy, oversight and engagement were the key themes at our Governing Council meeting and AGM in London from 29–30 June 2015.
Gillian Charlesworth, 17 Dec 2014
Who’d have thought that a signed rugby ball last played in 1989 could be so cherished by four RICS members? In reuniting it with its handlers, we've raised much-needed funding for the work of CRASH, the construction charity.
© RICS 2017
© RICS 2017