Welcome to the new SCSI President Des O’Broin

We are delighted to welcome the new SCSI President Des O’Broin. Des is Director at Linesight and a Fellow of the Society. He brings more than 30 years’ experience to the role, first as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, and more recently, as a Chartered Project Manager. He has a particular focus on education and professional…

SCSI PropTech and Smart Construction Conference 2018

Report by Colm Quinn, Think Media The SCSI held its first PropTech and Smart Construction Conference on April 19th in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin. There was a vast array of speakers from Ireland, the UK and further afield. Although they had different opinions on what the future holds, they all agreed on one thing:…

SCSI Annual Dinner 2018

The Society’s Annual Dinner 2018 took place last Thursday at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road with 1,348 guests in attendance. The flagship event is the largest of the year for professionals in the industry, the black tie evening offers members an excellent opportunity to network and meet colleagues working in their sector. SCSI President Colin Bray made…

Vote for Isobel O’Regan to be on the RICS Governing Council

The Society is delighted to present you with our nominee for the RICS election for Governing Council. As Chartered Surveyors and members of the SCSI and RICS, you will have received an email from OnlineVoting@electoralreform.co.uk to inform you about the election. Isobel O’Regan is an active member of the SCSI and well known to many of our members.

Another sparkling evening at the Young Surveyors Ball

Last Saturday, 14th October, the Society hosted the Young Surveyors Ball in the Round Room at the Mansion House. A highlight in the social calendar for all young surveyors. 

With over 250 of our younger members in attendance, the night was well represented by professionals working across the property, land and construction sectors.

RICS Pride in the Profession

Showcasing the impact of surveying 2018 marks the 150th anniversary of RICS.
To celebrate this milestone, RICS have launched their Pride in the Profession campaign to showcase the significant and positive impact surveyors have made to society and to demonstrate how varied and rewarding a surveying career can be.