Pathways, templates & guides

Land pathway guides

The Land pathway guides are a valuable addition to APC candidate support. These documents have been produced by our professional groups to help you understand more about qualifying as an RICS member through your pathway by putting individual competencies into the context of your surveying area and providing sector-specific guidance on each.

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  • Environment (Chartered)
    Environment

    Environment (Chartered)

    Environmental surveyors are specialists in all aspects of the management, monitoring and assessment of the environment in the context of real estate, land and construction.

  • Geomatics (Chartered)
    Geomatics

    Geomatics (Chartered)

    Geomatics is the science and study of spatially related information focusing on the collection, interpretation/analysis and presentation of the natural, built, social and economic environments.

  • Geospatial Surveying (Associate)
    Planning & development

    Geospatial Surveying (Associate)

    This is the science and study of spatially-related information focusing on the collection, interpretation/analysis and presentation of the natural, built, social and economic environments.

  • Hydrographic (Associate)
    Geomatics

    Hydrographic (Associate)

    This is the science and study of spatially-related information focusing on the collection, interpretation/analysis and presentation of the natural, built, social and economic environments.

  • Land pathway (Associate)
    Environment

    Land pathway (Associate)

    This pathway is for people who work in the following areas: environment, planning and development, minerals and waste management and rural practice

  • Minerals and Waste Management (Chartered)
    Minerals & waste

    Minerals and Waste Management (Chartered)

    Extracting minerals and managing waste requires sensitive planning from the initial prospecting stage to the ultimate restoration and after-use of each site.

  • Planning and Development (Chartered)
    Rural

    Planning and Development (Chartered)

    The planning and development field is a specialist area, which impacts not only on the physical aspects of the built environment, but the social and environmental aspects as well.

  • Rural (Chartered)
    Rural

    Rural (Chartered)

    Rural surveyors enable the rural economy and environment to thrive and flourish in a variety of ways by virtue of their experience and expertise across a very broad and diverse range of activities.