RICS Research Partnership

Monitoring the Pulse of Commercial Property

Property Council is a proud partner of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). This partnership ensures the New Zealand commercial property sector is represented in the RICS Commercial Property Monitor and the Construction and Infrastructure Survey.

The Commercial Property Monitor

Approximately 1,700 organisations associated with commercial property across the world contribute to RICS’ quarterly guide to the trends in commercial property investment and occupier markets. The report is utilised by investors, economic commentators, government and international bodies such as the IMF to monitor the commercial property market.

The global sentiment survey has proven to be an accurate indicator of a number of metrics measuring commercial property markets globally, including volumes, rents, and capital values, as well as broader macroeconomic trends. The survey covers more than 30 countries globally and can be broken down to the regional or city level for many jurisdictions.

Download the New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Overview

Latest Results

> RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q2 2019

> RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q1 2019

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q4 2018

> RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q3 2018

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q2 2018

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q1 2018

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q4 2017

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q3 2017

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q2 2017 

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q1 2017

RICS New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor Q4 2016


The Construction and Infrastructure Survey

RIC'S Asia-Pacific and Middle East Construction and Infrastructure Survey is a quarterly guide to the trends in the construction and infrastructure markets. The report is available from the RICS website along with other surveys covering the housing market, residential lettings, commercial property, construction activity and the rural land market.

Latest Results

Q1 2019: New Zealand Construction and Infrastructure Survey

Q4 2018: New Zealand Construction and Infrastructure Survey

Q3 2018: New Zealand Construction and Infrastructure Survey


Contribute to a Survey

There are no surveys currently open for participation.


Further Information

For further information and global results click here.