Do you want a structural survey, building survey, major defects report, rebuilding valuation, single fault assessment, property valuation, homebuyers report, property acquisition advice, or other property assistance in Heswall or the surrounding area, from a local Chartered Property Surveyor?
Richard Preece MRICS heads Right Surveyors North Wales, an independent property consultancy providing an efficient and personal service tailored to suit the clients’ needs. He is a member of the RICS and an experienced professional.
Heswall – derived from Hazel Well – lies near the River Dee in the Wirral District. The tower of St. Peter’s Parish Church is about 500 years old, and is the oldest structure in Heswall. The present church was built in 1879 and is the third to have been built on the site. Heswall is divided into two main parts: the quaint lower village is the older section and is protected by a conservation order, whereas the busier upper village thrives on a wide variety of shops, restaurants etc.
We are happy to discuss your property requirements and quote for any proposed building survey, homebuyers report, management or other professional property work; whatever is required. Richard will be happy to talk with you directly, with no obligations.
Ref. Savage, R (on the application of) v Mansfield District Council & Anor  EWCA Civ 4 In this case, Mansfield District Council had granted permission on 17 April 2013 for a large mixed use development close to Harlow Wood stretching to 1,700 homes and covering over 169 hectares. A third-party brought a challenge on alleged defects in the consultation process, and the Court of Appeal has now made their judgement… To read the whole article, click here
Right Surveyors London Home Surveys Ltd provides a wide range of surveying services for properties of all sizes and types to clients across Central London, from Hounslow to Kingston Upon Thames, Greenwich to Richmond.
The practice is headed by a Chartered Surveyor with many years’ post-qualification experience, Miles Strong MRICS, who is an expert in valuations and home survey work across London.
Please telephone Miles Strong MRICS and the team to discuss your valuation, building survey or other property requirements. We are a practice of chartered surveyors covering the London area, helping clients with both residential survey and commercial property issues.
Wadebridge is a town in North Cornwall which runs either side of the River Camel. The bridge in Wadebridge is said to be built on wool as it was built from the profits of the wool trade. This bridge was constructed in 1468 to give safe passage across the River Camel.
Are you buying a new house or commercial property? Do you want a structural survey, major defects report, single fault assessment, rebuilding / reinstatement valuation, building survey, property valuation, homebuyers report, property acquisition advice, or other property assistance in Wadebridge and the surrounding area, from a local Chartered Surveyor?
Phil Routledge MRICS is a Chartered Building Surveyor with extensive knowledge of the property and building environment in and around Cornwall.
Bridgnorth is home to a variety of fascinating buildings and structures including Bishop Percy’s House, a grade I listed building and one of only a few properties of its type to survive the great fire of Bridgnorth. The town is also home to the steepest funicular railway in the country.
Local Director Chris Humphreys MRICS is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He heads Right Surveyors Shropshire, an independent professional property consultancy providing an efficient and personal service tailored to suit the clients’ needs.
Chris is able to supply drawings for planning applications, architectural designs and building regulation plans, using the latest design software to produce three dimensional drawings, to give his clients a multi faceted view of their property or project.
Please telephone Chris Humphreys MRICS and the team to discuss your building survey or other property requirements.
Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles announced on the 10th January that a new £1million boost will be made available to local councils in an attempt to crack down on unauthorised development. To read the whole article, click here.
Beccles and the surrounding area is covered by Right Surveyors Suffolk, who can provide structural surveys, building surveys, building surveyors, a homebuyers / home buyer report, home surveys, house purchase surveys, acquisition advice, reinstatement valuations, party wall act advice, independent expert, single fault assessments, matrimonial valuations and various other surveying services requiring a Chartered Surveyor.
Surveys are usually undertaken personally by Graham. His experience, expertise and detailed knowledge of local property and current market conditions, mean that he is ideally placed to advise his clients on all sorts of projects and acquisitions, large or small, residential or commercial. As a Registered Valuer, he provides reports for private purposes, probate matters and matrimonial disputes, amongst many others.
Graham and his team can also help if you are looking to move to the area, but are too far away to make viewing multiple properties practical. Graham can carry out ‘viewing inspections’ on your behalf, inspecting the property and providing you with a comprehensive disc of photos and a short report to help you make the right choice.
A major Defect Report is similar in some respects to a building survey and a homebuyer survey. The level of inspection is usually between the two or close to the level of a building survey. However, the report itself is in less detail than a full building survey and concentrates on those more important and larger building issues.
A Major Defects Report is often useful where a homebuyer report should not be carried out due to the age or type of property, or if the property is listed.
Chris Newman FRICS will deal with you directly, giving free, impartial advice on choosing a service that fits your needs. He quotes flat fees, so if you need to discuss the building, structure and defects after you receive the report, this is free. There are no hidden costs.
2006 saw Washington Square, a £50 million shopping centre and 275,000 sq ft (25,500 m2) mixed use complex, opened to replace the run down St John’s Arcade, built in the 1960s and ’70s. The regeneration scheme helped to reinvigorate Workington and is juxtaposed against its rich history. The town includes three theatre buildings and a diverse wealth of residential properties.
Surveys and Valuations are typically undertaken personally by Roger who has lived in the North West all his life. His experience, expertise and detailed knowledge of local property types and market conditions means he is ideally placed to advise his clients on all types of work for all types of property.
Please telephone Roger Hardwick MRICS and the team to discuss your building survey or other property requirements…