Encompasses the wide range of physical, social, environmental and economic factors relating to sustainability that can impact on value of which valuers should be aware.
This professional statement applies to all RICS members involved with the sale, letting, leasing and management of real estate, whatever the form of tenure by which it is held or occupied.
Including a glossary of relevant terms, this note offers guidance for valuers who are instructed to provide market value, or market rent, for properties used as data centres.
This guidance note covers the valuation of intellectual property (IP), a subset of intangible assets. Its purpose is to expand on the IVS 2013 and the Red Book in order to clarify the legal, functional and economic characteristics...
This guidance note is also intended to assist the parties themselves, and those acting for them, by making them aware of the procedures likely to be followed and issues involved:
The bases of value contained with the Code of measuring practice, 6th edition applies to all building classes except offices and residential buildings.
This professional statement applies to the management of both commercial and residential real estate.
Since June 2015 the UK and global portions of the RICS Red Book have been issued separately.
This guidance note should be used as a source of reference for quantity surveyors (QS) or cost managers when BIM has been implemented in the life cycle of a project.
This guidance note identifies additional matters that valuers need to take into account when valuing natural resource wasting assets, such as mineral deposits, landfill and waste disposal sites.
The rationale behind updates in the final version and highlights significant changes to ensure you can quickly identify what you must do differently to remain compliant.
Covering most types of real estate asset, this information paper discusses the use of comparable evidence in property valuation.
The new edition of the Red Book — the RICS Valuation, Global Standards 2017, takes effect from 1 July 2017, the same date as the IVS 2017 published earlier this year.
This guidance provides a summary of the purpose and process of both cost analysis and construction project benchmarking.