In a period of great uncertainty and rapid change, it's more important than ever that RICS remains focused on the future. However, we can't do this without you.
We need your views on the current state of the profession, and on the role of RICS as your professional body. RICS professionals will receive an email from our partner Quadrangle, inviting you to participate in the survey. The unique link within that email will allow you to take part in the survey, ensuring all submissions are confidential and anonymous.
We’re evolving our research so it’s easier to complete. The survey is shorter, focusing on the topics most important to you. The feedback you provide enables us to build deep insight into the profession, guiding our strategic planning and the actions we take to meet your needs.
This biannual survey is a key opportunity to express your opinions and suggestions, which helps us continually improve in line with what you have told us.
As a token of our appreciation, we will enter survey participants into a draw to win a £250 Amazon Voucher (or local international equivalent). I’m incredibly proud to be a member of this profession and to be part of the leadership of RICS, and I know that your responses really will make a difference.
Chris Brooke FRICS
Chris is the Co-Founder 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 is also an Independent Non-Executive Director of Link Asset Management Limited, the manager of Link Real Estate Investment Trust.
Chris has 28 years of experience in various fields of the property industry, including 12 years with CBRE during which he held senior management roles in both China and Asia, as well as overseeing consulting activities throughout Asia Pacific.
Chris was previously the Chair of the RICS Asia Pacific World Regional Board, and was RICS Senior Vice President from June 2016 to November 2017.