Luke O’Dowd qualifies as a Chartered Surveyor
Kempton Carr Croft are delighted to announce that our Graduate, Luke O’Dowd has passed his APC to gain Chartered (MRICS) status. He will now practice surveying as a Chartered Surveyor & RICS Registered Valuer with the firm.
Luke O’Dowd BSc MRICS, was awarded his professional status on 5th May 2016 after successfully completing the two year Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) programme run by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Luke is an active member of General Practice team and focuses on Landlord and Tenant work, local authority valuations and private valuations for residential properties across London and the Thames Valley.
Rob Kerrigan, Operations Manager for Kempton Carr Croft comments:
“Everyone at Kempton Carr Croft is very pleased for Luke, he joined us in August 2013 and has worked very hard towards completing his APC.
His Chartered status is well deserved and Luke is an asset to Kempton Carr Croft. We look forward to seeing him progress in his new role as Chartered Surveyor.”
We have a very successful graduate training environment, with eight graduates achieving Chartered Status through the programme to date and look forward to seeing the next generation of surveying talent progress in the industry during their time with Kempton Carr Croft.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) offer structured APC qualification programmes that provide surveyors with the practical learning, experience and training required to become a qualified Chartered Surveyor. The accolade is usually completed over 23 months culminating in a final interview assessment.
RICS regulates the profession, is responsible for setting professional standards, protects clients and consumers, and provides continuous training requirements required to deliver the highest standards of quality and service for the development and management of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure.