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www.torquaysurveyors.co.uk Torquay, along with Paignton and Brixham, is part of Torbay, also known as The English Riviera. The area has been inhabited since paleolithic times, as evidenced by findings in Kent’s Cavern in Torquay. The first building was Torre Abbey, … Continue reading
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All buildings have defects and some can be expensive to fix. Instructing a surveyor to undertake a Full Building Survey, House Purchase Survey Report or Homebuyer Survey will highlight these defects and allow you to budget for the future and … Continue reading
www.crawleysurveyors.co.uk Crawley has been a settlement since the Stone Age, and the Romans had ironworks here. It lies within the Sussex Weald. Crawley has expanded by the creation of 13 new neighbourhoods, with new houses – detached, semi-detached and terraced – … Continue reading
www.merthyrsurveyors.co.uk Merthyr Tydfil was once the largest town in Wales, but is now ranked as the 15th largest urban area. It was also once occupied by Romans who built a fortress, whose ruins were found under the Merthyr Tydfil football … Continue reading