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CENTRAL ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL VALUERS (CAAV)

 
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Coordinates

Harts Barn Farmhouse
Monmouth Road
Longhope
GB-Gloucestershire GL17 0QD

Tel: +44 (0)1452 831815
Fax: +44 (0)800 124 0493

Structure

President: James Dick BSc(Hons) DipFBOM MRICS FAAV ACIArb CEnv REV
Senior Vice President: Geoff Coster BSc MRICS FAAV
Junior Vice President: David Brooks BSc FRICS FAAV REV
Secretary & Adviser: Jeremy Moody Hon REV

Number of direct members: 2.850
Number of qualified valuers (individuals): 1.610

Member of TEGoVA since: 2004
Category of membership: Full

 

The CAAV is the national specialist professional body for those working with agricultural and rural property and business.

Permanent Representatives to TEGoVA

James Dick

James Dick BSc(Hons) DipFBOM MRICS FAAV ACIArb CEnv REV

President

Jeremy Moody

Jeremy Moody

Hon REV
Vice-Chairman of the European Valuation Standards Board (EVSB)
Deputy Editor of EVS

Secretary & Adviser of CAAV
Market Chambers
35 Market Place
Coleford
GB-Gloucestershire GL16 8AA

Tel: +44 (0)15 94 832979
Fax: +44 (0)15 94 810701

Brief History and Role

The Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) was founded in 1910 to present, qualify and brief agricultural valuers. Its members act and advise all those involved in agricultural and rural property matters, whether owners tenants, landlords, public bodies, conservation organisations or otherwise, with work from estate management to livestock markets, compulsory purchase to taxation valuations, farm business structures to diversification, and many other professional specialities.

It plays a leading role in discussions with government on proposed legislative changes, publishes technical papers on valuation topics and supports best professional practice.

Principal Activities

<b>Members' services.</b> The CAAV offers a recognised specialist professional qualification for those with rural expertise. Members are briefed though a News Letter, technical publications and a website. With an annual national conference, there are also other conferences as required and the 27 local associations hold a range of meetings to suit their members.

<b>Representation.</b> The CAAV plays a leading role in discussions with government on proposed legislative and administrative changes.

<b>Examinations.</b> The CAAV holds annual two day examinations for the qualification FAAV, supported by a programme of tutorials.

Principal Areas of Policy

Members are concerned with the valuation (and all aspects relating to that) of agricultural and rural land and assets together with advice and management, including those needed for:

* lending and sale
* tenancies
* farm business structures
* taxation
* compulsory purchase
* conservation issues
* diversification

Organisation

The association is governed by its Council, mostly representing local associations, with detailed work delegated to administrative and technical committees (Land, Livestock and Auctions, Taxation, Compensation) and working parties, supported by the Secretary and Adviser.

Membership Includes

* Qualified Fellows (FAAV)
* Probationers in training
* Students at college

Publications

The CAAV publishes a range of technical works as well as producing its News Letter. Members are also briefed through the website Which has an extensive members' area.

     

Awarding member association

Recognised European Valuer
Awarding Member Association

The association has the right to award Recognised European Valuer status (designated by the letters REV) to its members.