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surveyor

Surveyors measure, value and protect physical assets – from shopping centres to homes.

A chartered surveyor may offer mortgage valuations, homebuyer’s surveys and valuations, full building surveys, building surveyors' services, quantity surveying, land surveying, auctioneering, estate management and other building related advice. They may offer advice in boundary disputes, business rates, compulsory purchase matters and party walls. Building surveyors, as well as surveying, give advice on design, construction, maintenance and repair and may assess damage on behalf of an insurance company.

Quantity surveyors manage contracts, cost control and cost engineering and sometimes act as project managers of a construction site.
Land surveyors make accurate maps and plans.
Check the directories and web sites to find out about the different levels of membership for each professional body.

We have only selected professional bodies with rigorous entry requirements and a complaints procedure. Members must adhere to standards and codes of practice.

Selected professional bodies:

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

RICS has over 100,000 members who are chartered surveyors. We regulate and maintain educational and professional standards, protect clients and consumers via a strict code of ethics, and provide impartial advice and guidance.