Building surveying

Chartered Building Surveyors, Regulated by RICS, at the very core of our professional service.

We are Chartered Building Surveyors, regulated by the RICS. Our team includes building surveyors, building technicians and party wall surveyors.

As building surveyors we undertake building surveys, defects inspections (including subsidence, damp, decay, flat roofs, pitched roofs and thatch); we also undertake cavity wall inspections, maintenance and repair inspections we prepare schedules of condition and dilapidation, insurance reinstatement valuations or assessments carry out measured land and building surveys; and, act in boundary disputes and party wall matters.

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Featured building surveying projects

  • Residential building surveys

    Early 1800s House, Newbury

    In part dating from the early 1800’s this 5-bedroom house has been substantially altered and extended over the years. In addition to the main house the property as a whole includes a separate 2-bedroom cottage and other useful outbuildings.
  • Commercial building surveys

    Office Barn Conversion, Newbury

    This historic Grade II Listed Building was converted to office use some years ago. Our client was proposing to take a new 10-year full repairing and insuring lease and was concerned that with a building of such age that their liability, both during and at the end of the term, might be financially significant.
  • Residential building surveys

    Former Victorian Cottage, Thatcham

    Originally a two-up two-down Victorian cottage this house has undergone significant alteration and extension over the past 100 years and is now a substantial 4-bedroom house.
  • Residential building surveys

    1960’s Bungalow, Brimpton

    This 1960’s bungalow appears at first sight to be of traditional construction but is in fact timber framed with a brick cladding.
  • Commercial building surveys

    Office Building, Newbury

    This 1990’s purpose built two-storey office building offered around 320 m² (3,400 sq. ft.) of mainly open plan office accommodation with secure parking for 10 cars.
  • Commercial building surveys

    Public House Newbury

    This village restaurant, located in a Grade II Listed building, comprised a restaurant of 115 m², trade kitchen, cellar, stores, and six staff bedrooms with associated domestic accommodation.