Your voice and your vote will help shape the future of our profession and lead RICS into the future.
RICS was founded 150 years ago during a time of industrialisation and rapid urbanisation. The principles on which our profession was established have helped to spread our expertise around the world.
However, ongoing success in professional fields is no longer a certainty. Our profession faces new challenges such as economic instability, climate change and technological disruption. We must adapt in a fast-changing world to seize its opportunities. We need to be able to make agile decisions, think globally and continue to earn society’s trust.
That is why your elected Governing Council is proposing a set of governance changes and is asking for your support.
RICS must adapt to meet challenges and seize opportunities in our fast-changing world.
Professor Fiona Grant, Chair UK and Ireland World regional board, explains the proposed governance changes and what it means for UK members.
Learn more about what your elected Governing Council’s proposed governance changes mean, and hear why RICS President-Elect Chris Brooke is asking for your support.
As currently constituted, the Institution cannot change quickly enough. The changes we are proposing will allow that to happen.
Peter Smith FRICS
Executive Director, National Property Tax, EY
RICS and its professionals have an enviable reputation around the world and it is vital that we maintain that. How do we maintain that? By making these changes.
James Baker MRICS
Associate Building Surveyor, Artelia UK