What is a Chartered Surveyor?
Chartered Surveyors are highly trained and experienced professionals that are typically employed throughout the Construction, Land and Property sectors and will usually specialise in one of the following areas:
Quantity Surveyor — advises on the costs of developing all types of buildings and infrastructure.
Building Surveyor — carries out building surveys and provides management and design consultancy services.
Project Management Surveyor — manages complex building and infrastructural projects.
Planning and Development Surveyor — manages the proposals to develop new or refurbish existing buildings
Geomatics Surveyor — maps the built and natural environment to provide accurate spatial data which facilitates planning, development and conservation.
Minerals Surveyor — provides expertise in the full life cycle of mineral development.
Rural Surveyor — values, manages and sells agricultural land including forestry.
Residential Agency Surveyor — provides professional expertise in the valuation, management, letting and sale of residential property.
Commercial Agency Surveyor — provides professional expertise in the valuation, management, letting and sale of commercial property.
Valuation Surveyor — provides professional expertise in valuations, acquisitions, disposals, investments and rent reviews for all types of property.
Property and Facilities Management Surveyor — provides professional management services for residential and commercial multi-unit developments and facilities.
Arts and Antiques Surveyor — provides professional expertise in the valuation, and sale of arts and antiques.