Events

RICS Residential roadshow 2011

Date:
Organiser: RICS
Location: Renaissance Hotel, Blackfriars Street, Manchester M3 2EQ
Email: conferences@rics.org
Phone: 020 7695 1600

These seminars aim to share with delegates new information, updates, techniques and changes in the way residential practitioners conduct better, more substantial valuations.

The Red Book updates together with the two supporting sessions develop valuers' knowledge to maintain an excellent standard of valuation practice in slow and competitive economics to clients, the courts and the RICS.

The speaking panel of leading experts have experience covering a wide range of valuation areas which enhance the depth of understanding of the topics to heighten further the seminar's value.

The seminar also provides delegates the opportunity to participate in Q&A sessions, an open forum on sustainability and value, as well as professional networking opportunities.

RICS members can obtain 2 1/2 hours of RICS CPD hours by attending the half day seminar.

How to book
You can book your place online with a credit or debit card

17 May 2011- London

24 May 2011 – Birmingham

06 June 2011 – Manchester

20 June 2011 – Bristol

23 June 2011 – Cambridge

27 June 2011 – London

Download the event brochure and booking form.

Why should you attend

Gain an update on Red Book developments and changes

Learn how to make more substantial valuations

Hear advice on and solutions to valuing in a slow and competitive market

Discover the pitfalls to and benefits of new innovative systems

RICS members can gain 2.5 RICS CPD hours

Who should attend?

Residential Valuers

RICS Residential Professional Group Members

RICS Valuation Professional Group Members

Programme

1330 Registration and refreshments

1400 Chairman's welcome
RICS Red Book introduction to residential valuation developments and updates
David Dalby, Director, RICS Professional Groups

1430 Smoke and mirror valuations: Substantial valuing to meet expectations
In slow and competitive markets, valuations need to meet challenging expectations with more accuracy and accountability. In this session by a leading expert, you can take advantage of insights into:

The expectations of clients, the Courts and the RICS

The common issues identified by lenders and the experts

Best practice with a view to new guidance to be released by RICS

Chris Rispin, Managing Director, BlueBox and Member of RICS Residential and Survey and Valuation Working Group

1515 Networking refreshments

1530 Lending on innovative construction
The need for new and innovative systems in residential valuations has come under the microscope as a way of overcoming certain challenges. In this session, you will improve understanding of:

The problem with innovative systems

Why new and different system use will increase

Illustrated examples of systems and their outcomes

Resolving the valuation dilemma

Philip Santo, Professional Practice Consultant, RICS Professional Groups

          1640 Open forum: Key discussions to residential issues
          This open discussion is an opportunity to share with your colleagues on issues including PII, the 'Green Deal', sustainability and value.
          Facilitated by:
          Philip Santo, Professional Practice Consultant, RICS Professional Groups
          David Dalby, Director, RICS Professional Groups

          1700 Close of seminar

          Prices

          Price

          VAT

          Total

          RICS members

          £150.00

          £30.00

          £180.00

          Non RICS members

          £180.00

          £36.00

          £216.00

          How to book
          You can book your place online with a credit or debit card, please click on the venue and date you prefer to attend:

          17 May 2011- London

          24 May 2011 – Birmingham

          06 June 2011 – Manchester

          20 June 2011 – Bristol

          23 June 2011 – Cambridge

          27 June 2011 – London

          Download the event brochure and booking form.

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