Kensington & Chelsea Surveyors

0203 390 3906 or 0800 880 6024

kensingtonandchelsea@propertysurveying.co.uk

Your local practice of Independent Chartered Surveyors in the London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea is Kensington & Chelsea Surveyors, led by Miles Strong MRICS.

Miles is a fully qualified Building Surveyor and Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, with a wealth of knowledge of the Kensington & Chelsea area. Miles carries surveys and valuations on all types of residential and commercial properties and has extensive local experience of pre-purchase surveys and valuations in Kensington and Chelsea.

Miles will provide you with no obligation initial advice, whether you are buying a new build home or listed mansion, or relocating your business. If viewing properties is impractical for you, Miles 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.

Your local Surveyor in Kensington & Chelsea:

Miles will advise you on the right type of survey for your needs that is suitable for the type of property. The survey and valuation will determine whether your property purchase is as good as it looks, or whether there are any hidden defects or substantial repairs needed. A building survey can sometimes save thousands of pounds of remedial work later on, and enable you to renegotiate the purchase price. Even if no problems are found, you will have the confidence and satisfaction of buying a property with complete peace of mind.

Kensington & Chelsea Surveyors is a trading name of Right Surveyors London Home Surveys Ltd and a regulated firm of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Miles Strong, Kensington & Chelsea's trusted building surveyor
Building surveyor - Miles Strong MRICS

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The Royal Albert Hall - originally to have been called the Central Hall of Arts and Sciences - was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871, ten years after the death of Prince Albert whose idea it was to provide a venue for cultural events. All around the Grade 1 listed building is a mosaic frieze, depicting "The Triumph of Arts and Sciences".

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