The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland is the leading professional body for construction, land and property professionals in Ireland. 

With over 4,000 members, the Society is committed to enhancing, advancing and enforcing professional standards in the construction, land and property sectors in Ireland.

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland was established as a result of a merger between the Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCS) and the Irish Auctioneers & Valuers Institute (IAVI).


Reports 2014

A New Model for the Private Rented Sector in Ireland

Housing Supply Capacity in Dublin's Urban Settlements 2014-18

Residential Zoned Land in Dublin Online Viewer

SCSI Service Charges in Multi Unit Developments Survey 

SCSI Housing Market Report Q2

SCSI Commercial Property Occupier Satisfaction Survey 2014 Report 

Delivering Houses: A 10 Step Strategy to address the Housing Supply Shortage

SCSI Pre-Budget Submission 2015 

SCSI/ Teagasc Land Market Review & Outlook 2014 

Employment Opportunities & Skills Requirements for Construction & Property Surveying 2014 - 2018

Commercial Property Review & Outlook 2014

Construction Sector Outlook 2014

Residential Property Review & Outlook 2014


Guides & Tools

A guide to the benefits of working with a Chartered Quantity Surveyor

A Guide to Becoming a More Active Member

SCSI A Clear Guide to Selling a Home

SCSI/PRTB/USI/Threshold A Guide to Security Deposits for Private Residential Tenancies

SCSI Property and Land Boundary Checklist for purchasers

SCSI/ Dublin Chamber of Commerce- A guide to Property for SMEs

View all our Submissions here 
Press Releases
Visit our Press Release Archive here
Media Coverage 
15.10.14 No help in sight for homebuyers - Irish Daily Mail
28.09.14 Winters has a fresh spring in its step  -Sunday Business Post 
28.09.14 Break down the barriers for builders  -Sunday Business Post
Visit our News Archive here
The Irish Times, Property Clinic
Click here to read what Chartered Surveyors answered to readers questions surrounding increases on rent, management fees and dealing with a shared driveway.
 Visit our Property Clinic Q&A Archive here