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.
“I have 13 years experience in helping clients with property issues and can highlight defects with your potential property purchase, through a Building Survey, House Purchase Survey or Homebuyers report, I can also provide property valuations. I also carry out commercial work and am a qualified Level 3 Non Domestic and Domestic Energy Assessor.
“If you are buying (or valuing) a property, you could save thousands in unexpected remedial works by instructing us to carry out a property survey on your behalf. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call”
Architect erects 6ft 5 inch fence around front garden to protect children, only to be told he must tear it down. Architect erects 6ft 5 inch fence around front garden only to be told he must tear it down, even though he claims it is a vital defence to make his children feel safe… To read the whole article, click here.
Ref. Sirhowy Investments Limited v Henderson & Knight (2014) In an interesting case for tenants and their advisors, a tenant has been found liable for substantial damages due to an ineffective break clause. The case stands as a reminder to all that onerous break clause conditions should be avoided at all costs… To read the whole article, click here.
Property Developer erects 6ft fence around neighbour’s house, blocking in their car and denying access to their own front gate A couple have become unable to access their house via their front gate as a neighbouring property developer erects a 6ft fence just inches away – even preventing the couple from moving their own vehicle off the driveway. To read the whole article, click here.