Sam Spencer to Join RICS President’s Panel

Sam Spencer to Join RICS President's Panel

Sam Spencer has been appointed to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyor’s President’s Panel. This appointment will put Sam among the few on the panel with specialist knowledge and experience of the hospitality, leisure and licensed property trade. The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, or RICS, is a global professional body. The Institute works to enforce the highest possible qualifications and standards during the development and management of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure.

Sam Spencer works as an associate at the property consultancy company Bruton Knowles. As a part of his role on the President’s panel, Sam Spencer will be working to offer expertise in order to resolve disputes with land and property alongside other President’s Panel members. The Dispute Resolution Service offered by RICS is well known as the leading provider of an alternative to the courts in the UK when resolving property disputes.

Bruton Knowles is a national property consultant with 13 different offices throughout the UK. The company was established more than 150 years ago and is a multi-disciplinary consultancy that works to offer their clients a range of services from building consultancy to rent reviews and property management for a wide variety of both urban and rural property. The consultancy company will also benefit from Sam Spencer’s appointment as they will have a team member who is one of the most highly regarded specialists in the industry.

Sam Spencer has a vast amount of experience in this industry, with more than 20 year’s experience working in the hospitality, leisure and healthcare property sectors. Sam also has specialist knowledge in the sales, acquisitions, management agreements and business and property valuations. The commercial and investment expertise that is held by Sam is extensive and includes mixed and alternative-use developments. It is a great achievement that Sam has been appointed to the President’s Panel and he will no doubt be an asset to the Dispute Resolution Service.

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