International Property Measurement Standards (IPMS): All Building Asset Classes Consultation Document
Developed by a coalition of more than 85 professional organisations, including the API, from around the world, IPMS for All Building Asset Classes aims to establish, for the first time, a globally consistent and transparent method for measuring all buildings including mixed use and specialist buildings.
The IPMS Coalition is seeking comments/feedback from organisations such as the API, as well as practitioners who have an interest in the measurement and reporting of those measurements in relation to assets in the built environment.
The consultation period is for 12 weeks from 1 December 2020 until Monday 1 March 2021.
Members are encouraged to review the consultation document and provide a response directly to the IPMSC.
To access the consultation documents:
- Download and complete the IPMS: All Building Asset Classes Response Form
- Email the response to [email protected]
Further information can be viewed online at the IPMSC website: https://ipmsc.org/consultation/.
The API will be making a submission on behalf of Members. Should any Members wish to contribute to that submission please contact the standards team on [email protected]. Alternately, Members are encouraged to review the documents and provide their feedback directly to the IPMSC as detailed above.
The API is focused on promoting best practice within the property industry and welcome feedback to help this goal be achieved.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the API through [email protected].
Posted on January 6, 2021
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