Modus is our external publication. It acts as our global ambassador inspiring and informing professionals from the start of their careers to retirement. Highly interactive, new content is published weekly to be easily shared with your professional network on social media.
Journals provide sector-specific content tailored to the needs of RICS professionals and candidates. As an exclusive benefit to RICS members, journal articles are accessible through a secure login.
The journals provide technical updates, best practice and guidance for professionals in the built and natural environments, supporting them in their work.
Our content is curated, commissioned and edited by a dedicated journals team.
Claudia has edited the RICS Property Journal since 2013, where she focuses on commercial property. Her career before RICS was in health, social care and educational publishing.
Steph Fairbairn has been at RICS since 2018 and edits the Construction Journal and the building conservation content in the Built Environment Journal. She is an NCTJ-accredited journalist with previous experience working on magazines, newspapers and medical publications.
Barney edits building surveying, building control and cross-discipline material for the Built Environment Journal. He has been with RICS since 2013, and previously worked on a range of business publications.
Sian Morgan has worked at RICS since 2015 and has edited the Land Journal since 2019. Previously she worked on digital content, magazines and books, mainly for primary teachers.
Amie is a professional communicator and editor who has been with RICS since 2018. She is based in Toronto.
Brian joined RICS in 2019 and edits residential and cross disciplinary content for the Property Journal.
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