Special episode: what was the RICS member experience of UKREiiF 2024? #131
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
2w ago
With 13,000 attendees over three days, UKREiiF is one of the UK's largest gatherings of built environment professionals. Many RICS members and firms are in attendance and key themes that impact upon our membership are discussed. This episode of the RICS Podcast brings some of those conversations out of the arena and showcases what it means to be an RICS surveyor. Hear directly from RICS members at the event - what did they do there? Who did they meet and how? What are the key things that left them thinking? This episode of The RICS Podcast covers: Some key conference themes for the construct ..read more
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Simplifying the Candidate Experience with Gill Quinn, Abraham Laker, Brittany Marsland & Richard Crow #115
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
3M ago
With several routes into the surveying profession your experience as a candidate is a unique one, and learning from the experiences of others is a wonderful way to set expectations and prepare effectively for a successful submission. Joining RICS Candidate Engagement Manager (UK&I) Gill Quinn in this week’s podcast are Abraham Laker, Brittany Marsland & Richard Crow FRICS, all from Rapleys and bringing their own experiences of the qualification process.  We hear the key differences between APC and Senior Professional routes, how best to prepare for final submission and interviews ..read more
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Simplifying the Candidate Experience with Gill Quinn, Abraham Laker, Brittany Marsland & Richard Crow #115
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
4M ago
With several routes into the surveying profession your experience as a candidate is a unique one, and learning from the experiences of others is a wonderful way to set expectations and prepare effectively for a successful submission. Joining RICS Candidate Engagement Manager (UK&I) Gill Quinn in this week’s podcast are Abraham Laker, Brittany Marsland & Richard Crow FRICS, all from Rapleys and bringing their own experiences of the qualification process.  We hear the key differences between APC and Senior Professional routes, how best to prepare for final submission and interviews ..read more
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UK National Supplement - The Key Technical Changes to Public Sector Valuation with Jonathan Fothergill, Donna Best, Graham Stalker & Jaspreet Rahi #105
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
5M ago
In this episode of The RICS Podcast we’re kicking off a series of episodes covering all the key points from the recently launched UK National Supplement in October. Touching first on the elements relevant to public sector valuation, Jonathan Fothergill is joined by Graham Stalker, Donna Best, and Jaspreet Rahi to discuss the changes and their major implications. This episode of The RICS Podcast covers: Reasoning behind some of the more notable rewrites of legislation How many of the changes are providing more clarity and understanding in the public sector What we might expect from the next ed ..read more
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MODUS: Making a greener Manchester with Andy Burnham #100
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
5M ago
What do devolved powers mean for Greater Manchester and its ability to make independent decisions on its built environment? Why is net zero a key part of the region’s plans to reindustrialise? And can local authorities be given the power to penalise landlords who don’t take care of the properties they own?   That’s what Andy Burnham, the mayor of Greater Manchester discusses with Emma Causer, UK and Ireland market director at RICS, in the latest episode of the Modus podcast.   As part of their conversation on the sustainable future of Greater Manchester, Burnham explains why bringing ..read more
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UK National Supplement - The Key Technical Changes to Public Sector Valuation with Jonathan Fothergill, Donna Best, Graham Stalker & Jaspreet Rahi #105
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
6M ago
In this episode of The RICS Podcast we’re kicking off a series of episodes covering all the key points from the recently launched UK National Supplement in October. Touching first on the elements relevant to public sector valuation, Jonathan Fothergill is joined by Graham Stalker, Donna Best, and Jaspreet Rahi to discuss the changes and their major implications. This episode of The RICS Podcast covers: Reasoning behind some of the more notable rewrites of legislation How many of the changes are providing more clarity and understanding in the public sector What we might expect from the next ed ..read more
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MODUS: 'Remember why we became surveyors' with Ann Gray and Simon Rawlinson #102
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
7M ago
Ann Gray FRICS took up her one-year term as RICS president in January 2023 and has overseen a significant 12 months for the Institution.  In the latest episode of the Modus podcast, Building the Future, Simon Rawlinson MRICS discusses the highlights and the challenges of 2023 with Gray. He also outlines what he’s been doing so far in his new role as chair of the RICS Knowledge and Practice Committee ..read more
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WBEF: Reimagining the Built Environment Through Data & Artificial Intelligence with RXR Realty’s Andrew Min #101
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
7M ago
Technology is an ever-shifting phenomenon, and while data has always been a source of innovation, AI has accelerated the utility of data, particularly in the built environment. In this week’s World Built Environment Forum podcast, Andrew Min joins Andrew Knight to take us into the technological use cases for data & artificial intelligence, and how they’re evolving our perceptions of what the built environment can offer. This episode of The RICS Podcast covers: Reimagining the built environment in New York through data How client demands for technology have grown in the real estate asset s ..read more
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MODUS: Making a greener Manchester with Andy Burnham #100
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
7M ago
What do devolved powers mean for Greater Manchester and its ability to make independent decisions on its built environment? Why is net zero a key part of the region’s plans to reindustrialise? And can local authorities be given the power to penalise landlords who don’t take care of the properties they own?   That’s what Andy Burnham, the mayor of Greater Manchester discusses with Emma Causer, UK and Ireland market director at RICS, in the latest episode of the Modus podcast.   As part of their conversation on the sustainable future of Greater Manchester, Burnham explains why bringing ..read more
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MODUS: Women of colour in real estate #98
The RICS Podcast
by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
8M ago
What challenges are faced by women of colour in the construction industry? That’s the question this episode of Building the Future is exploring.  Sybil Taunton, Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at RICS, speaks to Ally Reid MRICS, Europe Real Estate Associate Director at QNB Capital. During their conversation, they cover topics such as the gender pay gap and why it’s exacerbated for people from different backgrounds, as well as how the industry can address the balance of representation.   “You can’t change what you don’t measure,” says Reid. “That’s what you build a strategy fr ..read more
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