Pontypridd Surveyors

01685 470 471 or 0800 880 6024

pontypridd@propertysurveying.co.uk

Your local firm of Chartered Surveyors covering Pontypridd is Pontypridd Surveyors, led by Keith Batten FRICS. Keith is a fully qualified Building Surveyor and Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, with a wealth of knowledge of Pontypridd and the surrounding area. Keith carries out all survey types of residential and commercial properties and has extensive local experience of pre-purchase surveys.

Your local Surveyor in Pontypridd:

Keith will provide you with no obligation initial advice. If you're too far away to make viewing properties practical, Keith can carry out a 'Viewing Inspection' on your behalf and provide you with a comprehensive bank of photos and short report to ensure you make the right choice.

Pontypridd Surveyors is a trading name of Right Surveyors Glamorgan Ltd and a regulated firm of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Keith Batten, Pontypridd's trusted building surveyor
Building Surveyor - Keith Batten FRICS

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Pontypridd

Affectionately known as ‘Ponty’ by locals, Pontypridd is the county town of Rhondda Cynon Taf in Wales and the home town of the entertainer Tom Jones.

The River Taff flows through Pontypridd and on to the Welsh capital city of Cardiff, just 12 miles away. At 43m in length, the Old Bridge built over the River Taff in 1756, was the longest single-span bridge in Great Britain.

Pontypridd’s history is closely linked with coal and iron production and the town was a hive of industry until coal production ceased in the town with the closure of the collieries. The Glamorganshire Canal that once flowed from Merthyr Tydfil, through Pontypridd and on to Cardiff Docks, is now closed but some sections remain, including two locks in Pontypridd where restoration is planned. The 1840 railway still thrives and six trains an hour run to Cardiff Central.

The face of Pontypridd has changed dramatically since the days of coal mining, and the area has evolved from a once grey and industrial landscape to a green and pleasant Welsh valley. Houses in the town are priced below the national average, and Pontypridd’s strong community spirit lives on. After a £6.3m refurbishment, Pontypridd’s 1927-built lido reopened in 2016 as the National Lido of Wales. The town centre is in the process of being transformed, with three new mix use and office buildings already being built alongside the River Taff that will bring over 1000 jobs to Pontypridd.

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