Becoming a More Active Member

  The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has published a new guide on how to become a more active member of the SCSI. The guide outlines the numerous opportunities and benefits of being an active member, and also provides information on the time and involvement required. The guide highlights that the work commitment is…

SCSI Annual Conference 2014

  Residential private rented market in crisis since 2008 – Rent inflation of 9% year on year not sustainable New report calls for more institutional investment and increase of supply Surveyors recommend longer term leases for tenants and rent supplement to be paid directly to landlords Thursday 23rd October 2014. The Society of Chartered Surveyors…

Property Management in Multi-Unit Developments

The Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011 regulates the management and the ownership of the common areas in multi-units developments and provides for the establishment of an Owners’ Management Company for each development. The SCSI has development Professional Guidance for those members operating in this area and the Code of Practice covers professional standards, appointment of property…

SCSI Reaction to Budget 2015

Surveyors welcome Budget measures but say that Construction 2020 measures must be implemented immediately to boost private housing supply Extension of Home Renovation Incentive (HRI) Scheme to rental market will improve quality of rental property stock Multi-Annual Social Housing Strategy will support 89,000 people in need of social housing but speedy implementation is critical NTMA…

SCSI publish long and short term agricultural land template agreements

The Rural Agency Professional Group have recently launched template agreements for the letting of agricultural land. These template agreements cover short term licence and long term leases. These templates are to assist negotiations and discussions between the landlord / licensor and the tenant / licensee. The templates are available for free member downloading at http://www.scsi.ie/membersguidancenotes