How will the economic climate look in 2068?
Our chief economist, Simon Rubinsohn, gives his expert insight into how the built environment will be impacted by the economic landscape in 2068.
RICS have invited The Queen to attend our Parliament Square HQ on 20 November.
While visiting our office, Her Majesty will seal a time capsule as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations. The time capsule will contain memorabilia of achievements throughout 2018, reflections on our previous 150 years as an organisation, and look forward to what the next 50 years will bring.
The time capsule will be re-opened in 2068, as RICS celebrate reaching the 200-year milestone.
We want you to share your thoughts, messages or predictions - how do you think the built environment will look in 2068?
Want to include something in the RICS 150 time capsule? Send your items to our London HQ by Friday 16th November:
RICS Time Capsule
12 Great George Street
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Will Haynes of Sustrans on how to retrofit our cities streets to enable faster, cheaper, more reliable urban journeys that can improve health.
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