This week sees several new rule changes from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for members and regulated firms. These cover Clients' money protection and its compliance with Anti-Money Laundering rules, new rules on the use of the chartered designations and logo for firms and changes to professional indemnity insurance requirements. RICS also continues to … Continue reading Latest on RICS Rule Changes
Joint Ventures in Farming is the topic of our first #RuBrief online seminar for 2019. We will be online from 09.15 (GMT) on Friday 11 January 2019. In our 90 minute session we will look at the key attributes of modern joint venture agreements in farming - contract farming in particular. We will also review … Continue reading #RuBrief online rural CPD seminars return for 2019
A new UK edition of the RICS Red Book comes into force on 14 January 2019. It covers Compulsory Purchase Valuation for the first time.
Income Tax, CGT, Inheritance Tax, VAT, other main duties affecting farming and rural estate management
This year's edition of Concise Rural Taxation. Now available.
Philip Meade has published a post on his Dispute Resolution blog which serves as an excellent reminder of some of the good practice surveying basics: points which are just as useful to a trainee or newly-qualified surveyor as they are to an experienced arbitrator. I'm delighted to reproduce it below: Despite our professional roots in … Continue reading Measure for Measure
All candidates for the RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) Rural Assessment of Professional Competency (APC) must satisfy the examiners that they have a sound agricultural knowledge. Three levels are specified and all candidates must achieve at least Level Two while some will opt for the higher Level Three. What do we know about these … Continue reading How to pass the Agriculture Competency of the RICS Rural APC