Tom Hayman-Joyce celebrates becoming a RICS Member

Tom Hayman-Joyce is celebrating his success in becoming a member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors or RICS.

Tom has recently joined the prestigious group which is seen by both international and domestic clients as a sign of trust and transparency.

RICS allows businesses to differentiate the higher quality of their work thanks to the professional and ethical standards that the membership allows. It enables members to build valued business relationships based on trust, honesty and integrity. 

Tom says: "I'm thrilled to be able to announce my membership to RICS. This is another benchmark that sets Hayman-Joyce apart from others and demonstrates that we strive to continue to provide honest, reliable, trusted advice based on expert knowledge and experience in the Cotswolds."

Please contact Tom and the Hayman-Joyce team direct on 01608 651188.

More about RICS:

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is a globally recognised professional body that promotes and enforces the highest professional qualifications and standards in the development and management of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure.

They state: "Everything we do is designed to effect positive change in the built and natural environments."

"Through our respected global standards, leading professional progression and our trusted data and insight, we promote and enforce the highest professional standards in the development and management of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. Our work with others provides a foundation for confident markets, pioneers better places to live and work and is a force for positive social impact.

With over 134,000 highly qualified trainees and professionals, and offices in every significant financial market, we are ideally placed to influence policy and embed our standards within local marketplaces in order to protect consumers and businesses. In doing so, we can innovate and progress the development of spaces and places so they are fit for future generations, in addition to the challenges faced in the present."

RICS are so well regarded that they can trace their history right back to 1792. Learn more about RICS here.