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Annually, the Institution receives a very small number of complaints in relation to the total number of its members.

Below, the Professional Conduct Manager provides insight into complaints received and the outcome of PCC investigations.

This Blog is intended to provide learning notes to all of our members in the pursuit of their profession.

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In this blog entry, the professional conduct manager reflects on a complaint that was made to the Institution regarding the content of a structural appraisal, written by a member, in relation to damage to a porch.

Publish Date ‐ 13 July 2022

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