35 episodes

Welcome to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Podcast, an exclusive podcast series bringing together expert guests to discuss the most pertinent, industry-shaping topics from the world of Chartered Surveying. Every Monday you can expect a vibrant panel discussion covering topics such as new rules of conduct, the future of quantity surveying and the RICS global standard to name a few. Tune in to stay on top of the latest industry trends and changes whilst topping up your skills. Learn more and become a member at: https://www.rics.org/uk/

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Welcome to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Podcast, an exclusive podcast series bringing together expert guests to discuss the most pertinent, industry-shaping topics from the world of Chartered Surveying. Every Monday you can expect a vibrant panel discussion covering topics such as new rules of conduct, the future of quantity surveying and the RICS global standard to name a few. Tune in to stay on top of the latest industry trends and changes whilst topping up your skills. Learn more and become a member at: https://www.rics.org/uk/

    RICS: Overview of the Global Profession with FIG’s Vice President, Dr Diane Dumashie #35

    RICS: Overview of the Global Profession with FIG’s Vice President, Dr Diane Dumashie #35

    Surveying is, by its nature, a global profession. Through bodies like the FIG, it’s key to set our sights further afield and consider how local bodies can connect, improving the profession overall.
    This week on The RICS Podcast, FIG Vice President Diane Dumashies dive into the values and initiatives that FIG stands for, RICS’s role within those movements, and how FIG fulfils an essential aspect of connecting global surveyors.
    This episode of The RICS Podcast covers:
    FIG initiatives to connect local bodies in diverse sectorsThe need to appeal to future generations in order to uphold the profession’s standingDynamics within the three-way relationship between RICS, FIG and CASLE

    • 43 min
    RICS: Leading the Adoption of Green Dilapidations Processes with Sam Piplica & Jon Rowling #34

    RICS: Leading the Adoption of Green Dilapidations Processes with Sam Piplica & Jon Rowling #34

    Dilapidations may not be a new area of dispute, but as we collectively shift towards hitting essential carbon targets, TFT are leading the way in reducing lease-end waste.
    Their ‘Green Dilapidations’ approach encourages a collaborative process focused on reducing the need for refits, favouring the reuse and repair of assets. We hear from TFT’s Jon Rowling as he shares the foundations of this forward thinking approach with Sam Piplica on The RICS Podcast.
    This episode of The RICS Podcast covers:
    Why we need to push the Green Dilapidations approachCutting down on ‘single use fitouts’How Green Dilapidations are implemented at TFTParticular trouble areas such as retail spaces and air conditioning units

    • 42 min
    RICS: Unregistered Land - The Evolution of Land Valuation with James Kavanagh and Ben Elder #33

    RICS: Unregistered Land - The Evolution of Land Valuation with James Kavanagh and Ben Elder #33

    It’s estimated that a staggering 15-20% of land in the UK is unregistered, and the valuation of unregistered land is a thoroughly disputed area. 
    For anyone interested in the sector, we’ve got a detailed manual presenting a practical approach to valuing unregistered land, and this week on The RICS Podcast we hear from its authors on the intricacies of natural capital, the evolution of market value, and considerations around social, ethical and economic constructs.
    This episode of The RICS Podcast covers:
    Considering the subjective social and economic constructs around a piece of landAligning over agreed points and focusing on disputed points when raising issues with valuationHow market value is evolving, and the need to separate market value from price

    • 59 min
    MODUS: What do young talent think of the profession? #32

    MODUS: What do young talent think of the profession? #32

    Four exceptional young RICS surveyors of the year explain what inspired them to join the sector - and what keeps them motivated now that their careers are established.

    Kate Taylor FRICS, author of APC revision guides, speaks to four talented professionals in the surveying sector who have all been honoured with an RICS Young Surveyor award to see why they joined the profession and what they hope to achieve.

    Michele, Daryl, Javaad and Eliza give their unique perspective on the surveying industry and consider how the sector can be improved by modernising its methods and changing some of its attitudes. 

    • 44 min
    WBEF: RICS, Sustainability & the UN Global Compact with Kay Pitman & Kisa Zehra #31

    WBEF: RICS, Sustainability & the UN Global Compact with Kay Pitman & Kisa Zehra #31

    The built environment plays a pivotal role in managing & mitigating climate risk, and our latest Communication on Engagement report for the UN Global Compact highlights some of the key actions RICS has taken to drive a more sustainable future in the built & natural environment.
    On the latest episode of the podcast, Kay Pitman speaks with Global Sustainability Lead at RICS, Kisa Zehra, to break down that report, alongside the WBEF Sustainability Report from last year, plus a look ahead to this year’s report preceding COP27.
    This episode of The RICS Podcast covers:
    The UN Global Compact and their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)How RICS is equipping the profession with skills, tools, knowledge and competence around sustainability issuesICMS 3, IBOS, the Built Environment Carbon Database, and other RICS initiatives contributing to sustainability in the industryKey findings in last year’s Sustainability Report, and an insight into next year’s report ahead of COP27

    • 16 min
    RICS: Construction Conflict Avoidance Process 4/4 - Embedding CAP Into Your Organisation with Len Bunton and Janey Mulligan #30

    RICS: Construction Conflict Avoidance Process 4/4 - Embedding CAP Into Your Organisation with Len Bunton and Janey Mulligan #30

    Over the course of recent episodes, you’ll have heard a number of convincing advocates for the Conflict Avoidance Pledge, and in the final episode of our series on CAP, we address the final, possibly most challenging aspect - taking steps to embed it in your business.
    Janey Mulligan and Len Bunton look into practical implementation, how many have signed the Conflict Avoidance Pledge so far, how CAP saves money and relationships, and how you can get involved.
    This episode of The RICS Podcast covers:
    The growing number of signatories on the Conflict Avoidance PledgeConverting idealistic resolution strategies into concrete actionsThe various levels within the pledge, from Bronze to Gold

    • 20 min

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