Every month we place a new picture at the head of our news website. Each image has been captured by a Chartered Surveyor of the propertysurveying UK network on their travels around this beautiful country. They remind us of the diversity of Britain’s architecture and of the natural and built landscapes that characterise the nation.
Below you can find all the headers used in recent months:
A view of Plymouth.
Netley Abbey – The most complete surviving Cistercian Monastery in Southern England
A lone surfer walks along Watergate Bay on the North Cornwall coast
Secluded properties on Chapel Point, Portmellon, Mevagissey, Cornwall.
Sherborne Castle, Dorset – A beautiful example of 12th Century architecture
The coast at Polzeath, Cornwall
Britain’s Green and Pleasant Land at Tywardreath
Moorings at Lyme Regis, Dorset
Shebbear in Winter, Devon
Shebbear in the dusk, Devon.
Jonathan Edwards and the Olympic Torch, Go Team GB!
View from a Newquay holiday home, Cornwall
A Helicopter lands in a Southampton garden, Hampshire.
A view over the Yorkshire Dales.
A treehouse nestled into the woods.
A view from Bangor, North Wales, at dawn.
Any and all Chartered Surveyors with the propertysurveying.co.uk network can submit their own photos for the news website header. Particular mentions of photographers and their practices are, of course, included.
Submit your snaps at firstname.lastname@example.org