Focusing on the fundamental question of why projects fail, this guidance outlines some of the most commonly occurring reasons for failure and offers practical solutions in the context of applying the lessons learned.
A form to be used with the RICS Standard form of consultant's appointment, and RICS Short form of consultant's appointment.
A form to be used with the RICS Short form of consultant's appointment.
A form to be used with the RICS Scotland Short form of consultant's appointment.
The RICS Condition Report should be used for a conventional house, flat or bungalow built from common building materials and in reasonable condition.
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.
Provides guidance on the analysis of commercial lease transactions in Hong Kong, while recognising there is no single correct approach.
Examines the principles of valuation as they apply to historic properties, providing an overview of the issues facing valuers appraising such assets.
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.
This professional statement provides RICS members and RICS regulated firms with mandatory requirements when acting on the open market sale or acquisition of a commercial investment real estate opportunity in the UK in order to avo...
The purpose of these Inspection and Reporting Requirements is to assist chartered surveyors to produce Single Survey Reports.
This note offers practical guidance for members in England and Wales who undertake the role of contract administrator.
Provides professional practitioners with best practice guidance relevant to the tasks and processes of design and specification for small to medium-size construction projects.
Provides a clear, flexible framework for practitioners to develop their own services the public can trust, consistent with the quality standards expected from RICS members.