Pathway Guides

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Rural Surveying

The countryside is ever evolving and professional advice on how emerging regulations and practices affect a client’s business plans has never been more valuable. Rural surveyors enable the rural economy and environment to thrive and flourish in a variety of ways by virtue of their experience and expertise across a very broad and diverse range of activities.

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Residential

Residential property plays a vitally important role in society. In addition to its primary purpose of meeting the housing requirements of the population it is also a growing investment asset class.

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Environmental Surveying

Every chartered surveyor must consider the environmental factors within the parameters their profession. Environmental surveyors are specialists in all aspects of the management, monitoring and assessment of the environment in the context of real estate, land and construction.

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Minerals and Waste Management

Minerals are the raw materials needed to supply the construction and manufacturing industry and provide fuel for the world’s energy requirements. A consumer led society needs careful waste disposal and management. Extracting minerals and managing waste requires sensitive planning from the initial prospecting stage to the ultimate restoration and after-use of each site.

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SCSI Machinery & Business Assets

In the same way that property surveyors advise and act on property use for business purposes, machinery and business assets surveyors provide valuation and agency services for all aspects of machinery and business assets in the industrial, commercial and government sectors.

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Planning and Development

This guide is designed to help you understand more about qualifying as an RICS/SCSI member in planning and development. The guide is based on Irish market practice and may be unsuitable for candidates based in other countries. The material is set out in three sections.