Fisher German surveyor contributes to RICS pu

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Fisher German surveyor contributes to RICS publication

June 2012

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The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has recently released its ‘Valuation of renewable energy installations’ information paper which received contributions from a range of professionals, including chartered surveyor Robin Eyles of Fisher German.

Robin was part of the working group of professionals that contributed to the information paper, including solicitors, accountants, and chartered surveyors. The paper is designed to provide information and explanation to RICS members on specific topics of relevance to the profession.
 
The paper addresses the capital and rental valuation of freehold and leasehold landed interests for sites where a significant part of the value arises, or might arise from the potential to generate renewable energy – principally electricity.  
 
Robin has been a qualified member of RICS for 15 years and has worked in Fisher German’s renewable energy sector for 5 years. 
 
He comments on his involvement “I am very pleased to be involved in the production of the new guidance and it is great for the firm to be involved also. We have contributed to RICS documents in the past and I was part of the working group that produced the RICS guidance note, ‘Guidance on negotiating options and leases for renewable energy schemes’, published in 2011.”
 
Robin provides advice on solar PV and wind energy projects. For further information, please contact Robin Eyles on 01858 411237 or email robin.eyles@fishergerman.co.uk 
 
 
 
 

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