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.
A form to be used with the RICS standard form of consultant's appointment and RICS Short form of consultant's appointment.
Provides practical guidance to those involved in the commissioning or procurement of project management services, as well as RICS members undertaking the role of project manager in relation to building works contracts.
Las Reglas de Conducta de RICS obligan a los miembros y a las empresas reguladas por RICS, en todo momento y sin excepción, a: «...actuar con integridad y evitar conflictos de interés y acciones o situaciones que sean incompatible...
The RICS Building Survey is the most comprehensive report of its kind and should be used for larger or older properties, or when planning major works.
Conflicts of interest 2017, French translation
In March 2017, RICS released a global and a UK-specific professional statement giving RICS professionals time to familiarise themselves with the new rules.
This document has been prepared as a supplement to the development management guidance note, 1st edition (2009).
Intended to embody best practice, this guidance note is essential reading for members practising or working on any traditionally constructed building or structure.
The physical extent of property ownership and rights of use are basic attributes of land and buildings and are capable of being evaluated by property professionals. Uncertainty of the extent of ownership and its associated rights ...
This Code, now in its third edition, has been approved by the Secretary of State and is effective from 1 June 2016. It applies only to residential leasehold properties in England but practitioners operating in other parts of the U...
Examines the general principles of retention, including areas such as law; reasons for introduction within a contract; levels of retention, and how amounts are deducted, certified or released.
Reviews termination of contract, corporate recovery and insolvency primarily from the perspective of a chartered surveyor with a commensurate level of specialism.
ILMS is a land measurement standard and a due diligence framework that enables evidence-based assessment of land and property.
With reference to a variety of construction contracts, this note summarises the principal features of completion of construction works.
Covering the stages of a project from inception to commencement on site, this note offers best practice guidance for property professionals involved in development management of construction projects.