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Time and Budget

Whether you are the client or designer, we all have different aims, but a unified desire to ensure the project is completed on time, on budget and in accordance with the intended design criteria.

Open and Honest

We believe open and honest communication with the client’s team and designers throughout the project period ensures andy issues that arise can be dealt with effectively and with the minimum disruption.

Quantity Surveying - read more »

We believe accurate and reliable Cost Management is the key to any successful project and we draw on the most reliable and relevant current data to ensure projects are delivered within budget and to all stakeholders satisfaction.

There is a strong focus on identifying and managing potential risks and maximising achievable opportunities, and in preparing and managing contingency plans along with accurate and relevant cost control.

Project Management - read more »

Our role as Project Manager is to provide a strategic leadership of a project from inception to post project evaluation and can be a stand alone service or in addition to our core Quantity Surveying service.

Effective project management relies on good communication and organisation. Our team is selected for their ability to combine both, relying on their personal, technical and professional skills to respond to every aspect of successful project delivery.

Building Plans - read more »

We provide building plans and construction drawings for all types of extensions, conversions, refurbishments and internal alterations or new builds.

Measured Survey – Carry out a detailed measured survey of the existing building and site, including boundaries, access ways, utilities, etc – anything that will effect the design process. This is the starting point before the feasibility study can start.

Party Wall Surveyors - read more »

The Party Wall etc Act 1996.

The aim of the act is to protect owners/occupiers of property from neighbouring building developments that may affect their building structurally.

In so doing the owners of the development are required by law to notify certain works that may or may not have an impact on their neighbouring structure such as:

- Working on an existing wall shared with another property.

NHBC Reg. House Builder - read more »

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Domestic Energy Assessors - read more »

In 2008, the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (the European Union directive under which the production of Energy Performance Certificates are required), widen to cover all domestic dwellings for sale or rent.

From April 2008 there is a requirement for the production of Energy Performance Certificates on the construction of all dwellings, and in October 2008 there will be a requirement for the production of Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's) on the sale or rent of all domestic dwellings.

Inventories for the Rental Market - read more »

Since the introduction of the Tenancy Deposit Protection (TDP) in April 2007, the need for unbiased professional independent inventories has never been greater.

A thorough, detailed, accurate and unbiased inventory will now be vital in the event of a landlord wanting to claim against a tenant's deposit.

Check In / Out Reports - read more »

Check In Reports:
At the Check In, the property is inspected and compared to the inventory, with any variations seen are noted on the inventory.

Check Out Reports:
The Check Out report is a comparison of the condition of the property and its contents at the end of the tenancy with its conditions as noted on the inventory at the beginning of the tenancy.

Remedial Works Management - read more »

This is an increasing area of demand where the benefit of having an independent third party to intercede between developer or landlord and residents brings advantages to both parties in terms of identifying and resolving outstanding issues in a timely, managed and cost effective way.

Floor Plans - read more »

Accurate Plans allow potential buyers to visualise a property's layout before they have even stepped in through the front door. This starts the creative process of planning how the space might be used, and then provides the perfect accompaniment for the viewing itself.