Our Directors maintain a rigorous approach to performance and risk management through monthly Board Meetings, including oversight from the Company’s non-executive Directors.
Free from long term debt, strong financial controls and a Board focused on building success through excellent client service and innovation, means Plowman Craven is in a strong position to continue to grow on a sustainable basis.
The main market risks to Plowman Craven are the health of the UK property and construction market, the general condition of the economy and competition from existing competitors and new entrants into the markets in which the business operates. These risks are mitigated through diversification into a broader range of markets, the continued investment in innovation and technology, and development of the people within our business.
We are audited every year by external auditors from a financial perspective, and have a half yearly audit from Lloyds on our CID facility.
Plowman Craven is regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and acted as advisors on the publication of the new RICS Property Measurement Code and the changes to Code of Measurement Practice (6th Edition) for office space reporting. These changes reflect the publication of the IPMS: Office, an International Property Measurement Standard, created to deliver a consistent basis of area referencing and measurement for office property portfolios regardless of their size or location.
Plowman Craven has Anti-bribery and Whistleblowing policies in place as well as a Delegation of Authority Policy, all of which are communicated throughout the business, and contribute to the good governance of Company decisions.