Our RICS Chartered Surveyors and Structural Engineers have put together a knowledge
base with insights into some common issues we come across on our surveys
The towns and cities built by humans have destroyed many of the natural habitats of bats.
Whilst we endeavour to avoid jargon in our Reports, the use of some
technical terms is
The 2005 Building Regulations Part P detail the rules surrounding electrical works for domestic properties.
Extending your property can be an attractive option if you require more space but do not want to move.
The Act provides a framework for preventing and resolving disputes in relation to neighboring buildings.
Making changes to a listed property without the appropriate consent is a criminal offence.
Boundary disputes arise when there is uncertainty surrounding who owns areas of land between two properties.
The average house could reduce heating costs by up to 15% with the installation of cavity wall
The following notes are intended to help you inspect and maintain your property on a regular basis.
Loss of life and property damage
due to fire is a serious
problem in residential
Property boundaries should be maintained and repaired and must not provide footholds for climbing
Lockdown is lifting, and our 'On the Ladder' blog
This month, RICS Modus magazine features an interv
As a chartered surveyor acting as an expert witness, they will conform to the requirements of the RICS Practice Statement for Surveyors Acting as Expert Witnesses
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