The Quantity Surveying profession has benefited from a governing institution in one form or another since 1905. The Association of South African Quantity Surveyors was formed in 1971 with the proclamation of Act 36 of 1970. This legislation, with subsequent amendments, governed the profession up until the establishment of the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession (SAQSP) in terms of the Quantity Surveying Profession Act (Act 49 of 2000), which was promulgated on 26 November 2000 and came into operation on 26 January 2001.
To be an appropriate regulatory body for a dynamic, successful and ever-evolving Quantity Surveying profession who are leaders in the development of the built environment.
Mission To ensure that the Council fulfils its mandate in development and maintaining standards, in achievement of excellence and integrity in the enhancement of the status of the Quantity Surveying profession, and the protection of the public within an evolving environment
All new applications for registration, queries about Recognition of Prior Learning and Experience, Routes to Registration / Council Examinations / SACQSP-accredited programmes / APC submissions and APC interviews: The Registration Officer, Ms P More: email@example.com
All queries about previously received invoices / statements / outstanding fees and fees in arrears:
The Accounts Manager, Ms G Le Grange: firstname.lastname@example.org
All requests for NEW invoices: email@example.com
All enquiries about re-registration (i e after being “struck” from the register), SACQSP Policies , the SACQSP Code of Professional Conduct, CPD, requests for Certificates of Good Standing, and requests for amendments to contact details in the SACQSP register: The Registrar, Mr Steven Lyons firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal address: SACQSP
P.O. Box 654
Halfway House 1685
Physical address: Suite C27 Lone Creek
Waterfall Office Park,
Vorna Valley Ext 21,