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  •  RICS, UN and DfID Capacity Building in Tajikistan
    Sustainability

    RICS, UN and DfID Capacity Building in Tajikistan

    Martin Russell-Croucher and Tony Mulhall from the Professional Groups department at RICS visited Dushanbe in Tajikistan in October on behalf of the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DfID).

  • Sexism and surveying in the 70s

    Sexism and surveying in the 70s

    When I first started in the property business almost 40 years ago, things were very different for women in the sector. The whole workplace was very different; behaviours that are today a sackable offence were treated as the norm.

  • Surveyor wins another Merrett v Babb negligence claim
    Valuation

    Surveyor wins another Merrett v Babb negligence claim

    Great news for surveyors valuing residential property: Last Friday, the courts dismissed a Merrett v Babb personal liability claim against a professional formerly employed by an Essex-based practice, Walker & Company Surveyors Ltd.

  • RICS in infrastructure
    Infrastructure

    RICS in infrastructure

    Infrastructure is vital to the global competitiveness of any nation and forms a key component of sustainable economic growth. It is also an essential part of everyday life that we want to be efficient and well maintained.