Members of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland have expertise across all areas of the property, construction, and land sectors.
- In property this covers residential estate agents / auctioneers, commercial agents, property management, facility management, and valuations.
- In construction this includes quantity surveyors (construction costs), building surveyors, project management, procurement, and digital construction (BIM)
- For land it covers the sales and lease of Agri land, compulsory purchase orders, boundary surveys, mapping as well as planning and development.
If you have a media query, interview request, or require information relating to any of these areas please contact:
Tel: +353 1 6445500
Mobile: +353 87 2368366
Please note all SCSI press releases and publications are available in our News section.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Fellow — FSCSI/FRICS
- Member — MSCSI/MRICS
- Associate — AssocSCSI/AssocRICS
Dual members can also use the designation “Chartered Surveyor” with their name.
Note: Associates are not Chartered.
Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and RICS dual members have the right to use the logos as part of their membership. Both logos must be used in one of the approved lock-up formats.
Note: Trainees are not deemed to be members and as such are not permitted to use the logo.
Personal use of the logo
As a Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and RICS dual member, you have the right to use the logo on personal stationery (e.g. business cards) whether you are a partner, director or employee.
This applies to all qualified members, Fellows (FSCSI/FRICS), Professional Members (MSCSI/MRICS) and Associate Members (AssocSCSI/AssocRICS).
Corporate use of the logo
Note: RICS have introduced restrictions on corporate logo use of RICS logo, so if :
- you are a sole principal; or at least 50% of the practice partners or directors are fellow or professional members, corporate use of the RICS logo is prohibited from April 1 2020.
- If you would like to receive the RICS firm and SCSI logo combination please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To download a zip file containing the logos for printing please click here.
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) participates in social media to inform and engage with surveyors, students, trainees and members of the public about our work.
The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland uses social media to:
- Communicate and interact with our members, students, trainees and the public
- Promote discussion on relevant property, land and construction topics
- Respond to queries from our members, students, trainees and the public
- Provide information about the SCSI
- Enable and respond to member, trainee and public feedback
- Promote SCSI initiatives, meetings, publications, conferences and seminars
- Inform our members about employment opportunities that may be of interest to them
With the exception of direct messages and posts to our members-only group on LinkedIn, all of the SCSI’s tweets and posts are public.
The SCSI does not engage with user content that is:
- Inappropriate or misleading
- Potentially defamatory or harmful to the Society or the surveying profession
Please note that the SCSI is not a surveying firm. If you are seeking a Chartered Surveyor, please see our Find a Surveyor search.
Comments or opinions expressed by followers of the SCSI on social media channels do not represent the views of the SCSI. The SCSI will moderate and remove any comments which are abusive, derogatory, defamatory or malicious in nature, or that do not comply with our social media policy.
Following and liking
The SCSI will mainly follow other organisations associated with surveying in the land, property or construction sectors, but may follow individuals who use social media in a professional capacity.
Being followed or liked by any of the SCSI’s social media accounts does not imply endorsement of any kind.
The SCSI will take a discerning approach towards following and liking, and will seek only to connect to the most relevant accounts.