Autumn 2012 Archive

Uniting the construction sector

PETER STAFFORD provides an update on the work of the Construction Industry Council, including its plans for the future. The Construction Industry Council (CIC) was formed in February 1991 with the objective of dealing with issues of common interest for the construction industry in relation to policy. Since then the Council, which

Letter to the Editor

A Chara, Your article in the Summer 2012 edition entitled ‘Did we learn any lessons?’ is very close to the mark in proving that ‘no we did not’, and you eloquently cite some of the discussion at the level at which the problem exists, not the level at which it

The Senior Professional Route

To encourage greater diversity and recognise career achievement, the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland now offers a route to membership specifically for senior industry professionals – the Senior Professional Route (SPR). Designed for those with proven experience and senior industry standing, the SPR is aimed at professionals working at

Where in the world?

The Society is following the progress of a number of young surveyors who are working around the world. In this issue, Miguel Fitzgerald talks about working in Asia. I am one of 22 Farmleigh Fellows currently working and studying in Asia. This one-year Masters scholarship in Asian business involves study in

HWBC joins with Real Estate Alliance

The national property group Real Estate Alliance (REA) and HWBC have announced a formal affiliation that will provide a more extensive service to their clients, an arrangement that will allow both firms to provide a truly nationwide service in all aspects of the property sector, including commercial,