Surveyors welcome ‘Construction Strategy’ Forfas Report

Recommendations should be implemented urgently   Today: The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has welcomed the publication of the Forfas report on the future of the construction sector and called for a joined-up approach between all stakeholders to ensure its effective implementation.   The SCSI said that the report entitled ‘Ireland’s Construction Sector: Outlook…

SCSI 5-Aside Soccer Event

It’s that time of year again, with the Annual SCSI 5-Aside Soccer Event now confirmed for Friday, August 23rd 2013. Both members and non-members find this event to be a fun night out, not to mention an excellent networking opportunity. Participation is open to members, surveyors working at member firms and friends alike. UCD Astro…

BSc in Property Studies Open Evening

   The BSc (Hons) Property Studies is a part-time 4-year degree course run by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, in partnership with DIT Bolton Street. Aimed at busy property professionals who wish to gain a recognised qualification – and competitive edge – in today’s challenging and evolving market, this unique course offers a flexible…

Surveyors Journal Summer 2013

  Featuring the latest news across the construction, land and property sectors, the summer edition of the quarterly Surveyors Journal is now available to view or download on the SCSI website or by clicking here.   .

Surveyors publish new consumer guide to boundary disputes

Between 2007 and 2011 number of disputes increased by 37%   Wednesday 3rd July 2013. The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland has published a new guide to boundary disputes. The guide is aimed at informing anyone involved in a dispute with their neighbours about the correct course of action to take. The Society says that…