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RICS SETS UP WELSH OFFICE READY FOR NEW ASSEMBLY

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The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has set up an office in Wales in preparation for the new national asse...
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has set up an office in Wales in preparation for the new national assembly, reports the Western Mail (Business, p8).

Richard Lay, president of RICS, said: 'The establishment of our offices in Cardiff is recognition of Wales' assured move towards greater autonomy.'

RICS instructs the government on policy matters involving land, property and construction.

Mr Lay said: 'Our presence in Cardiff guarantees that, in the process of policy-making in Wales, the RICS is a capable and strong lobbying voice.'

RICS represents 3,000 chartered surveyors in Wales.
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