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Governing Council

RICS Governing Council

The strategic direction of the organisation is set by our Governing Council, which incorporates our presidential team and member representatives from around the world.

Chaired by the president, the Council is underpinned by boards and committees consisting of active members, our staff and 'lay' (non) members. These groups include world regional boards, national councils and 17 specialist professional group boards, along with policy committees and boards covering regulation, knowledge, membership and communications.

Our top-level strategy is set by our Governing Council. This is chaired by the president and includes our members from all world regions. The council meets twice a year, once to debate strategy and once to exercise oversight, and is supported by other member groups.

These include world regional boards, national councils, UK regional boards, 17 professional group boards, and policy committees covering ethics, education, public affairs, marketing, research and dispute resolution.

Our Governing Council has delegated key decision making to its Management Board to assist in the management of operational activities.

Our Governing Council has also established an Audit Committee, a Regulatory Board, a Nominations Committee and an Administrative Appeals Panel, which all have Terms of Reference approved by the Council for the remit of their operations.

Our top-level strategy is set by our Governing Council, which meets two times a year, is chaired by the President, and includes our professionals from all world regions.

RICS Governing Council Structure

Governing Council members

  • Chris Brooke FRICS took office as RICS President on 27 November 2017.

    Chris is the Managing Director of Brooke Husband Limited, a consulting firm based in Hong Kong which provides strategic market insight, development consulting and investment advisory services to real estate owners, developers and investors throughout the Asia Pacific region.

    Chris has 27 years of experience in various fields of the property industry. Between 2013 and the end of 2015, he was the Executive Managing Director, Consulting, Asia Pacific at CBRE, a role which involved the strategic oversight of all of the consulting and advisory work undertaken by CBRE throughout the Asia Pacific region.

    Chris has also been Chairman of the RICS Asia World Regional Board since 2010.

    His tenure as President ends: 2019

  • Tim is the President and CEO of CallisonRTKL, Arcadis' global architecture and design practice.

    Previously the Global Director of Buildings at Arcadis and the head of UK and European Regions at EC Harris, Tim is an internationally recognised leader with more than three decades of experience in the buildings market, large-firm operations and talent management.

    Tim is a Board Trustee and Secretary of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, a Fellow of RICS and until November 2017 was a member of their Global Regulatory Board.

    President-Elect tenure ends: 2019

  • Keith is course leader for the postgraduate property suite at Nottingham Trent University. He qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1996 after training with the VOA in Harrow and Stimpsons Chartered Surveyors in St Albans and eventually moving to Weatherall Green & Smith as their Head of Midlands Agency.

    Keith then joined Innes England in Nottingham as their Senior Associate before setting up as a sole practitioner and consulting to Connells and e.surv in the area of residential survey and valuation. His current role at NTU enables him to directly inspire the next generation of graduate surveyors which he finds hugely rewarding.

    Keith also sits on the East Midlands Regional Board and volunteers as an APC Assessor. In his private life, Keith lives near Nottingham with his wife and two teenage children. He is a Parish Councillor, bee keeper and enjoys weekend ride-outs on his motorcycle.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Louise is the outgoing Chair of the RICS East of England Regional Board, as well as the SME representative for RICS UK and Ireland World Regional Board. She is also an RICS Associate Assessor for Quantity Surveying and Construction and accredited expert for RICS Board recruitment.

    Louise has been at Broadland Housing since November 2007 and was appointed as Executive Property Director in July 2011. She is responsible for Broadland Repairs Service, Broadland Facilities Services as well as ensuring Broadland homes meet the decent homes standard. Louise also manages IT, facilities and services within the Property Team. Louise is passionate about promoting sustainability both within the organisation and with Broadland’s tenants.

    Louise has been recognised by Sustainable Homes for her work around sustainability, receiving an award for Leadership.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Richard Asher is a Director in the Development Department and Head of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation for Savills.

    Richard trained with the general practice firm of Edward Bailey and Son of Newark, Nottinghamshire. He was a partner in the firm of Lyall and Co of Peterborough, before joining the Crown Estate. He also spent over twenty years at Jones Lang Wootton and Jones Lang LaSalle, before joining Savills. Richard is a Former Chairman of the RICS Compulsory Purchase & Compensation Policy Panel; a founding member and former Chair of the Compulsory Purchase Association; former Chair of the RICS Planning & DevelopmentProfessional Board; Member of the British Property Federation Technical Planning Committee; and of the National Infrastructure Planning Association.

    He is currently involved advising a wide range of clients on the land and property acquisition aspects of a wide range of development schemes. He is married with three grown up children.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • James is a Chartered Building Surveyor having qualified in 2008. He works for Artelia UK managing a national framework with a large developer and currently spends most of his time managing maintenance works to hotels, providing technical due diligence for clients purchasing property, and other building surveying services. During his career, James has been based in the East Midlands but worked throughout the UK for both public and private sector clients in various sectors including hospitality and leisure, housing, health, commercial property, retail and many more.

    A former RICS Matrics UK Board Chairman, James started his RICS involvement at local level as a committee member with the Derbyshire RICS Matrics group. Inspiring the next generation is a passion of James’ and he looks to continue contributing to RICS initiatives with this theme. Having been an RICS East Midlands Board member for the last four years, he is now the current RICS East Midlands Board Chairman and in his second term as a Governing Council Member following a successful re-election. James is also an RICS APC Assessor for the Building Surveying pathway.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Dayle is the owner of Dayle Bayliss Associates a Project Management and Surveying practice based in Suffolk.  She is a member of the RICS matrics UK Board.  A keen interest in skills and enterprise, Dayle is on the New Anglia LEP Skills Board, the skills lead for the LEP construction sector group Building Growth and chair of the Suffolk Skills Show.  She is actively involved in the Suffolk business community, including Vice Chair of the Suffolk Enterprise Agency, Menta, and a board member of the Suffolk Chamber Suffolk Business Women Group.  Dayle is also a Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees for Lionheart. 

    She has an interest in historic buildings and has an MSc in Building Conservation, and is treasure for the Suffolk SPAB group.  She is also a Chartered Management Consultant.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Rebecca is a Partner at Rider Levett Bucknall, an independent, global property and construction practice with offices around the world.

    Based in London, she is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor with 19 years industry experience primarily in the commercial sector. One of her present responsibilities is driving best practice within the UK business.

    Rebecca has been an active contributor to RICS for 14 years, passionate in enthusing the next generation to shape the Institution of the future. She is an elected member of the RICS UK and Ireland World Regional Board. She has previosly been Chair of RICS Matrics UK Board in 2012-13, Chair of RICS Greater Manchester Quantity Surveying and Construction Professional Group and Chair of RICS Matrics Manchester.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Kevin commenced his career in property at the Bath office of the Valuation Office Agency (UK) and has over 25 years of public and private sector experience in Australia and the United Kingdom.

    He moved to Australia in 1998 and became City Valuer for Adelaide City Council and later Manager, Valuation at Colliers International. In each of these roles he gained a wide range of valuation experience. This breadth of experience provides valuable context to his current specialisation in residential property.

    Kevin is currently Principal, Valuation Policy and Compliance for CoreLogic based in Adelaide, South Australia. He provides advice to clients and Valuers on matters including valuation practice, risk management, professional standards and panel management as well as a residential valuation dispute resolution service. He also works with the CoreLogic Research Team as a media commentator on the Australian residential auction market.

    Council tenure ends: 2021

  • Sara is a Chartered Commercial Property Surveyor currently working for Norfolk County Council’s Corporate Property Team. Sara’s primary role is developing strategy for achieving best consideration in terms of real estate disposal, development and exploitation as well as contributing to the development of a stronger corporate function focused on strategic use of property to help the council deliver services.

    Sara has 20 years’ experience in commercial real estate in both the private and public sectors. Throughout her career, Sara has pursued an interest in training and development and is working to raise the profile of surveying as a career of choice, to inspire the next generation and to engage with future talent coming into surveying. Combining her enthusiasm for the profession and volunteering as a STEM Ambassador Sara became involved with RICS Matrics in Norfolk in 2016 becoming Vice Chair in 2016/17and Chair in 2017/18.

    Sara is also an APC Mentor and Counsellor for the Commercial Property Pathway.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Alan Child is the Chairman of Knight Frank Hong Kong. He is a Chartered Surveyor with over 40 years’ experience in the property markets of the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and China.

    Alan has worked in both the government and private sectors in Hong Kong where he has been based for over 35 years. He specialises in areas of land resumption, development and management and was Land Advisor for the acquisition and development of land for Hong Kong’s rail expansion programme. Alan acts as an Independent Expert Surveyor and has worked on numerous development consultancy projects and studies as well as providing advice on feasibility assessments, land grants, lease modifications, rating & valuation and aspects of due diligence for public and private funds.

    Alan is a Fellow of RICS, a Member of the RICS Asia World Regional Board, an RICS Registered Valuer and RICS Hong Kong Registered Expert on Land Matters.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Bruno is General Manager of PATRIZIA France and Belgium, and a Managing Director and member of the Executive Committee of PATRIZIA Group, a leading fully integrated real estate services company in Europe with EUR14 billion AUM .

    Bruno held various board and senior management positions in his 25 years of experience, including: CIO and Head of Transactions of CBRE Global Investors France, CEO Europe and MD at Broadway Partners, co-Head of investments at AEW Europe, and CEO France and MD at Tishman Speyer.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Natalie began her property career in the United Kingdom in 2006, moving onto various areas within the property sector including compulsory purchase and compensation for utility providers, general practice surveying and valuation. This has provided her with a broad based knowledge of the property industry.

    Natalie has been with Herron Todd White since 2010 in a variety of roles, initially as National Researcher and assisting on the site valuations of major shopping centres throughout Queensland. She relocated to the Melbourne office as a commercial valuer before commencing a new role in January 2013 as National Manager, Non Residential.

    She is responsible for the development and implementation of commercial valuations tools, systems and procedures, which ensures uniformity and efficiency, setting the standards within the Divisions, through building engagement with stakeholders (internal and external) in a collaborative manner.

    She has been Vice Chair of the RICS VIC/TAS Committee and Chair of Matrics.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Paul started his professional career in the Valuation Office of Northern Ireland, but spent most of his career in higher education where he was head of architecture and civil engineering at Nottingham Trent University(NTU). He is now a course leader and teaches planning and development subjects within NTU’s Property Management and Development department. He has interests in master-planning, urban design and green infrastructure.

    Outside of Nottingham Trent, he is currently:

    • chair of the RICS Planning & Development Professional Board and undertakes APC work for planning & development, management consultancy and academic pathways.
    • external examiner at the Royal Agricultural University and for The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.
    • a member of Propertymark examinations governing body.
    • a board member of social enterprise and charity, Nottingham Energy Partnership charged with energy saving and generation in and around Nottingham
    • feature editor for EG’s Mainly for Students column.
    • Over 2015-26 he contributed to the review of the Quality Assurance Agency’s Subject Benchmark  ‘Land, Construction, Real Estate and Surveying’.

    Council tenure ends: 2021

  • Operating at director level, Diane has in-depth knowledge of commerce with expertise across a range of property types. After a career in the corporate sector, she established an independent practice in 1999, leading on many large and complex development projects

    Diane has senior responsibilities with FIG, an International land professional MGO. Having served two terms as the elected Chairman for Commission 8 (planning and economic development), she is now the elected Chair of the International Task Force focusing on Africa, providing the leadership to stimulate global collaboration and building stakeholder relationships at global donor agencies and multi-national corporations. She is also the current chairperson of the UK delegation to FIG.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Nicola is a Chartered Project Management surveyor and currently a Senior Project Manager within AECOM, a professional engineering, consulting and project management services for infrastructure projects with offices worldwide. She has over 10 year’s industry experiences in various sectors. As a Project Manager she's keen to drive best practice within the profession and within her business. She's also a member of the Association for Project Management.

    She has been actively involved with the RICS for over 7 years, as Chair of Manchester Matrics, APC mentor and APC assessor. Nicola also supports the graduates within Aecom towards achieving chartered status and promotes RICS as a route to gain professional status.

    She's passionate about the future of the next generation and how RICS professionals can shape the institution in the future. She aims to contribute to the overall strategy of the RICS.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Bryony joined Arcadis in 2008 as a Quantity Surveyor working within Social Infrastructure. She gained MRICS status in 2010 and transitioned into the Programme and Project Management, focusing on Private Sector clients. In 2013, she took a key role in the Arcadis Corporate Strategy team, and later relocated to Qatar to join the £7 billion Ashghal Programme of Works.

    Bryony went on undertake a Global Role in developing Arcadis’ Programme Management Strategy before returning to the UK and leading a team of Programme and Project Managers in the Education Sector, working with Higher Education and Local Authority Clients in London.

    Winner of the 2017 Woman of the Future Award in Construction, Real Estate and Infrastructure, Bryony is now leading the Industry Programme Management Office (PMO) for the Digital Railway Programme, a rail industry-wide programme designed to benefit Great Britain’s economy by accelerating the digital enablement of the railway.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Ann E Gray FRICS, FAIA is both a licensed architect and real estate broker based in Los Angeles, California. In 1995, she established Gray Real Estate Advisors providing consulting services to investors, property owners, and attorneys to optimise values of complex properties. Over the course of her career she has been involved in nearly a billion dollars in high-quality commercial and institutional development.

    Previously, Ann directed corporate real estate at Paramount Pictures, a division of Viacom, where she oversaw property acquisition, master planning, architecture and construction of corporate and production facilities. During her tenure, the studio underwent technical upgrades, launched historic preservation strategies, and initiated sustainability standards. Prior to Viacom, Ann was VP Development at Indivest, a private commercial developer. Ann holds a BA in Applied Mathematics and a Master of Architecture both from UCLA.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Michael is Principal of Hannaway and Hannaway, a Land Surveying and Mapping Practice established 1990 in Newry, Northern Ireland. The practice provides a full range of Geomatic survey services, from topographic land surveys to large scale mapping using UAV’s (drones) and remote sensing across all Ireland. Michael is an acknowledged expert in Land Disputes and regularly gives evidence in court in respect of boundary, easement, and trespass issues.

    Michael has been actively involved with RICS since 2004 and has served on the Geomatics Professional Group Board 2005-2010, the RICS NI Board 2005-2013 (as Chairman 2011-13). He also was a member of the NI Geographic Information Council advising the NI Assembly on the benefits and utilization of geographic based information.

    He is currently Chairman of the RICS NI awards judges panel, and a member of both the RICS NI Board and the UK & Ireland World Regional Board.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Rob Hindle FRICS is co-founder and Director of White Hindle & Partners, Building & Project Consultants along with his business partner Carl White MRICS.

    As part of Rob’s career development he started surveying for local Architects who were involved in MOD housing stock surveys and refurbishments. To gain further experience Rob then moved on to work for Leeds City Council Civic Buildings, looking after their high profile and listed status property stock. As part of Rob’s APC, he did not feel he was getting the full breadth and depth of knowledge within his job description, so moved over into the private sector and became a graduate at Watts and Partners in Leeds.

    Rob successfully passed his APC in 2003 and became a Chartered Building Surveyor  He then quickly moved up the ladder to Associate Director within the Leeds office.

    In 2006 Rob changed companies to CNP in Manchester.  In October 2008 White Hindle and Partners was born.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Michael is the Managing Director of an independent family based Chartered Surveying practice, which operates within Lancashire, the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District.

    He qualified as a chartered surveyor in 1990 and has been fortunate to have worked in England, Scotland and Wales in a variety of roles including valuations, rating appeals, estate, project and facilities management and higher education. He has been very fortunate to specialise in building surveys.

    However, if asked which are the most memorable projects he has been involved in to date he will invariably recall his involvement with the many schemes in North Scotland which brought to light for him the importance of our world, our nation, the people and community.

    Michael has been a volunteer for RICS for many years; starting with membership of the Lancashire JO in the 1980’s, Chairing the Bolton RICS group, presenting RICS web classes, residential survey roadshows, technical authorship and a member of RICS product development. He is an APC assessor and APC chair and is formerly vice chair of UCU Bolton.

    He is a strong advocate of mentoring, inclusion and the promotion of small and medium chartered surveying practices. Michael is completing is research degree at the University of Salford on the status of the Chartered Surveyor in Society and has also been lucky to have been invited to teach in Holland and Finland on real estate matters, Michael is married with 6 children and likes rugby, horse riding and sailing.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Julian Josephs FRICS has been active in International Real Estate since 1973. He first worked for Jones Lang Wootton in London before moving to their Brussels and Antwerp offices in Belgium. He then joined Hampton & Sons, Paris in 1974, where he oversaw the marketing of their clients’ commercial French developments before studying at INSEAD, France and graduating from their trilingual MBA class in 1977.

    In August 1977, he moved to New York, before joining Romanek Golub in Chicago in November, three months later, to work with foreign investors buying US real estate. In November 1980 he set up Julian Josephs Company in Washington DC, initially acting for overseas investors in developing 5 downtown office properties. He has since developed his own real estate portfolio of mixed use properties, with a focus on retail, as well as advising international clients.

    Having served FIABCI, the International Real Estate Federation, in many roles since 1974, he was elected World President 2007-8. During the last 20 years, he has been an Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins, Georgetown and George Mason Universities’ Graduate Programs, teaching International Real Estate with over 800 students graduating from his classes and remains a mentor to many. He has lectured at the UN in Geneva, many universities and real estate events around the world and is a member of AFIRE and ICSC, as well being a frequent attendee and speaker at MIPIM, MAPIC and ExpoReal. He was elected a member of RICS’s Americas Board in 2013.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Gerhard, a chartered surveyor since 1996, studied business in Canada and worked in Canada and the US in various executive positions. After his return to Germany in 1990 he managed the Kemper’s group, the leading agent/broker for
    retail property in Germany.

    After selling the company to Jones Lang LaSalle in 2008 he teaches at the HAWK University of applied Sciences and Arts in Germany as an Honorary Professor on the subjects of retail properties, shopping centers, real estate brokerage and business strategy. He also manages the consulting company GEKA KEMPER GmbH and serves on the non-executive board of RICS in Germany. He is married with two children and enjoys golf, jogging, and choir singing.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Amy Leader is a Principal Growth Officer working for St Edmundsbury Borough Council, Bury St Edmunds, working on strategic development opportunities from inception through to delivery. Amy is Chartered Building Surveyor that has specialised Programme and Project Management.

    Since becoming an active member of the RICS Matrics in 2009 she has worked hard to raise the profile of the RICS, to inspire the next generation and to engage with future talent coming into surveying. With this passion and drive she continued on to become Chair of RICS Matrics in Essex and Suffolk before progressing onto the national board of the RICS Matrics where she was Chair of the National RICS Matrics during 2016-17.

    Amy has also represented the RICS East of England from 2013-16 and has been a Judge for the East of England Awards since 2011.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Jon qualified as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor in 1995 and has worked for a number of main contractors and surveying firms. Jon has been the Managing Director of DeLever since 2001 and an RICS Fellow since 2005.

    Jon has been heavily involved in RICS for over 20 years from RICS matrics International Committee where he was awarded a prize for exemplary commitment, through to RICS Regulatory Board and RICS Ethics Sub-Committee in more recent years. Jon is a RICS UK Training Advisor and RICS UK Licensed Assessor Trainer having trained over 5000 members to become APC Auditors, Chairs and Assessors since 2006. Jon has also been an APC Chairman and Assessor since 1998.

    Jon is an advocate of RICS and extremely keen to promote RICS values around the world through his involvement with RICS, RICS members, RICS matrics, trainees and students at a grass roots level.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Isobel O’ Regan is a Director at Savills and is based in the Cork, Ireland. In practice for over 30 years, Isobel joined Savills (formerly Hamilton Osborne King) in 1989 and became a Director in 2003.

    During her time with Savills, Isobel has worked across a range of sectors both in Dublin and Cork including asset management, commercial lettings and sales, professional services incorporating loan security reviews and compulsory acquisition work.

    Isobel has also provided expert witness evidence in formal planning enquiries and rent review arbitrations. In recent years, Isobel has focussed on the investment market.

    An active member of the SCSI having previously been Chair of the Southern Region she is also involved with the Chamber of Commerce representing the business pillar on Local Authority Strategic Planning and Economic Development and Enterprise Policy Committee.

    Council tenure ends: 2021

  • Monique Royle is a Director in the Licensed and Leisure team of Colliers International based in Birmingham and principally involved in the valuation of licensed and leisure properties for all major lenders, pub company portfolios and individual operators.

    Monique joined Colliers in 2015 having spent eight years with GVA. She graduated from Northumbria University and started out with Marston’s Plc as an Estates Surveyor before taking on a Business Development role in the tenanted sector and then as an Area Manager managing Town Centre Venues.

    In 2013 she was seconded to RBS where she spent a year giving the bank advice on their property assets in terms of maximising value and exit strategies.

    Monique has been the Chairman of the RICS West Midlands Regional Board (2015-18), a founder member of the RICS West Midlands Valuation Local Professional Group and a former National Chairman of the Association of Women in Property.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • David Sandbrook is a Chartered Surveyor (FRICS) and Chartered Planner (MRTPI) with over 30 years' professional experience of planning, estate management and valuation matters.

    David is based in the UK as Group Partner at Carter Jonas. David has managed a broad range of planning & EIA cases throughout the UK, including mixed use developments, brown field regeneration and mineral, waste and energy projects.

    He is a RICS Registered Valuer and is recognised as an expert in mineral and waste management asset valuation. David is a co-author of the RICS global guidance note on the valuation of mineral bearing land and waste management assets and has acted as an Expert Witness in Planning Inquiries, at the High Court and in Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) cases.

    David is also a Fellow of the Institute of Quarrying, a Chartered Waste Manager and a Member of the Compulsory Purchase Association.

    Council tenure ends: 2021

  • Peter M. Smith FRICS has over thirty years of experience in the property tax field (rating) in the US, serving clients in both real property and business personal property tax engagements. He has represented national and international clients with a wide array of properties including complex industrial, hotels, multi-family, sports venues, resort properties, golf courses, telecommunications, hi-tech companies and retail.

    In his current capacity as the West Region Director of property tax he works exclusively in the ad valorem tax area, providing consulting and compliance services for clients in both real estate and personal property taxes in the Western States and Hawaii.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Ramsey is an Australian national who has been living and working in Brazil for over twenty years. He has over thirty years’ experience in the Real Estate profession having commenced his career with Jones Lang Wootton in 1981 in Sydney, Australia.

    Ramsey holds an Associate Diploma in Real Estate Valuation from Sydney Institute and an MBA from the Brazilian Capital Markets Institute. He is a Fellow of RICS, Country Chairman RICS – Brazil, member of the RICS Global Governing Council and a Fellow of the Australian Property Institute.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Benjamin is a Senior Manager at the Building and Construction Authority in Singapore. Previously a member of the RICS Singapore national advisory board and a current Licensed Assessor Trainer for the ASEAN region. He also chaired the WorldGBC Rating Tools Task Group from 2013 to 2015.

    Benjamin is a multi-disciplinary professional - architecturally trained, a qualified town planner and a chartered planning and development surveyor. He has worked in both public and private sectors delivering a wide range of projects from sensitive conservation projects in the UK to schools, senior care centres and aviation fuel storage facilities in Singapore.

    Within the public sector he championed and developed standards for the environmental performance of buildings and districts and is working on the drive towards net zero carbon developments.

    Council tenure ends: 2021

  • William is a Director at Arcadis UK. Based in London, William is a chartered quantity surveyor and Fellow of the RICS, with ten years of experience across main contracting and consultancy in a variety of key sectors, including infrastructure and commercial property.

    Council tenure ends: 2021

  • Industry leader Marna, CEO of Excellerate Property Services, is the second woman ever (in 2007) appointed president of the SA Property Owners Association (SAPOA).

    A Chartered Accountant, she is a board member of SAPOA, the Property Charter Council and the South African Council of Shopping Centres.

    Council tenure ends: 2019

  • Adrienne is course leader for the RICS accredited Quantity Surveying undergraduate degree course at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).

    She is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, with excess of 30 years’ experience across the construction industry. From working with the large national and international contractors, to Private Practice and Construction Claims consultancy.  Adrienne entered Academia in 2008 with a short spell back in industry before returning to Academia in her current position.

    Adrienne has a particular interest in the future of the profession and in particular mentoring young surveyors to both gain their accredited degrees and to navigate the APC process successfully.

    Within the RICS, in addition to the role on Governing Council, she is Vice chair of RICS Greater Manchester Quantity Surveying and Construction Professional Group, and sits on the North West Regional Board. Adrienne also is APC chair, assessor and auditor.

    Council tenure ends: 2019