London deputy mayor and Islington urge RICS to revise viability advice

A north London council and the capital's deputy mayor for housing have written an open letter to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) urging it to rewrite a key guidance document on viability in the wake of a High Court ruling on the issue earlier this year.

by Michael Donnelly
Islington town hall: London borough urges changes to RICS guidance
Islington town hall: London borough urges changes to RICS guidance

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