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South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession is a Regulatory Authority mandated to provide for the registration of professionals, candidates and specified categories in the quantity surveying profession; to provide for the regulation of the relationship between the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession and the Council for the Built Environment; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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Letters from The Registrar
Steven Lyons is committed to make the Council more accessible to its members. To achieve this he writes e-letters to registered quantity surveyors on a regular basis.
After being silent for a number of weeks, this lengthy newsletter contains an extensive list of important matters to be recorded;
In this month’s newsletter, we announce;
- The new Council going forward for the next 4-years
- More information about the 2014 QS Research Conference
- More information about the invoice address problem, and
- A reminder to ensure CPD compliance
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GUIDELINE TARIFF OF PROFESSIONAL FEES REMAIN UNCHANGED FOR 2013/14
IMPORTANT DATES ON THE SACQSP CALENDAR:
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS OF APC DOCUMENTS TO THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE 12:00 Friday, 19th September 2014
LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Opening for registration PSM 8,17,18,13,14 & 15 - Friday 1st Aug 2014. Closing on the 1st of September 2014.
Kindly note all Candidate QS's need to submit the 2014 Letter of Undertaking in order to proceed with your candidacy. This document must be uploaded on your profile. Click here for the document.
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