All Harrow staff are Members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Building Surveyors, (MRICS).
Harrow are also Regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
RICS Regulation ensures that RICS Members and Firms meet the requirements of RICS’ Rules of Conduct. These requirements define the professional, ethical and business standards which are expected of all RICS Members and Firms.
RICS is accountable to both its members and the public and has three main roles:
- Protect the interests of consumers and businesses through strict regulation of the profession
- Maintain the highest standards of education and training in the surveying profession
- Be the leading source of information and independent advice on land, property, construction and associated environmental issues.
The Rules of Conduct for Members apply to all members worldwide, covering those matters for which individual members are responsible and accountable in their professional lives.
The Rules are aligned to RICS Regulatory goals and adopt the five principles of better Regulation:
These Rules provide a strong foundation for RICS and its members, helping to protect the public and uphold the reputation of the profession.