RICS

RICSThere are many benefits of using a professional service from members of this Institution. Not least of which is that although they are fully qualified professionals they obtain regular updates on the law, trends and regulations which gives them an advantage over the agent not regulated or supported by this world leading body.

With around 100,000 qualified members and over 50,000 students and trainees in some 140 countries, RICS provides the world’s leading professional qualification in land, property, construction and the associated environmental issues.

An independent organisation,  RICS acts in the public interest: setting and regulating the highest standards of competence and integrity amongst its members; and providing impartial, authoritative advice on key issues for business, society and governments worldwide.

The RICS was founded in London in 1868, and granted Royal Charter by Queen Victoria in 1881. The Charter requires the Institution " To maintain and promote the usefulness of the profession for the public advantage".Its members follow the same commitment to act in the interests of society in everything we do.

To see a copy of the Customer Charter log onto the RICS web-site www.rics.org.