Red Book 2017, German translation
Effective complaint handling is a critical element in the risk management toolkit of all professional firms, both as part of good customer service and also to protect the firm in the event of an unsubstantiated or inflated claim.
The RICS Switzerland – National Association Valuation Standards are based on the 2014 edition of the Red Book that came into effect on 6 January 2014. It provides local guidance for valuers who are undertaking valuations in Switze...
This guidance note seeks to advise members on the factors they should take into consideration when producing Schedules of Dilapidations, Quantified Demands, Responses, Scott Schedules and Diminution Valuations for reference to or ...
Provides guidance for surveyors and other professionals likely to encounter cases of mundic in the south west of England.
This guidance mandates a whole life approach to reducing carbon emissions within the built environment.
Technical Due Diligence reports, which detail the physical condition of a property, are increasingly in demand throughout continental Europe, as financial institutions, investors and owner-occupiers look ever more closely at the r...
Download a Dutch translation of the guidance note.
Download a Polish translation of the guidance note.
Red Book 2014, Portuguese translation (Europe)
Red Book 2014, Simplified Chinese translation
Written to apply to England and Wales, though with relevance elsewhere, this note provides guidance for surveyors on conducting commercial and industrial property surveys.
The RICS Condition Report should be used for a conventional house, flat or bungalow built from common building materials and in reasonable condition.
The material provides practical guidance to RICS members on the skills and approach required when instructed in connection with dilapidations matters in Scotland.
This guidance note provides assistance to RICS members on the application of the Red Book 2012 to valuations that have to be provided in compliance with US jurisdiction.
With the aim of improving consumer protection and maintaining professional standards, the code sets out the standards of practice that rating consultants must adopt.
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.