Surveyors are the experts in getting the most out of property. They use their expert knowledge and training to offer professional advice on construction and property, to make sure the most value is gained from projects.
- Purchase land and secure funding
- Ensuring compliance with the conditions of the tenancy
- Negotiate terms for landlords and tenants
- Manage relationships
- Understand the needs of the client
- Identify opportunities for development through research
- Advise on energy efficiency, environmental impact and sustainable construction
- Deal with planning applications and advise on property legislation and building regulations
- Determine the condition of existing buildings, identify and analyse defects, including proposals for repair
- Establish the client's requirements and undertake feasibility studies to ensure their proposals will work
- Prepare scheme designs with costings, programmes for completion of projects and specification of works
- Identify, analyse and develop responses to commercial risks
Planning consultants advise on a range of matters, including what can be built where and the influence of environmental, economic, and social considerations on space. Chartered planners undertake a number of roles, such as informing land purchase decisions and facilitating urban regeneration programmes, as well as residential, employment, retail, and leisure development.
Brief introduction that outlines the characteristics and traits that are beneficial for someone interested in this type of career.
- Understanding a building’s impact on the local community and eco-system
- Develop practical and engaging sustainability strategies
- Collect and analyse data and provide a report of your findings
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