Schedule Of Condition

Schedules of Condition are required when it is necessary or desirable to record the condition of a property usually;

Before work commences to a neighbouring property which may cause damage or




At the commencement of a lease in association with Landlord and Tenant matters.

The purpose of a Schedule of Condition is to help to avoid dispute relating to the condition of a property at a particular time.


Building Surveys

A Building Survey, formally known as Structural Survey, is a detailed report on the condition of the property and allows a prospective purchaser to make an informed decision as to whether or not to proceed with the purchase.

Design and Specification

The preparation of an accurate, detailed design and specification helps to ensure that the building work is carried out to the highest possible standards, to budget and on time.

Contract Administration

We have a great deal of experience administering building contracts for a wide range of work but predominately for the extension, alteration and refurbishment of residential houses and blocks of flats.

Planning and Building Control

The construction of new buildings together with most work to existing properties will require Planning and Building Regulation Approval before work can proceed.

Party Wall Act 1996

The Party Wall etc Act 1996 places obligations on owners who want to carry out work to a party wall or excavate close to neighbouring properties. With knowledge and experience dealing with party wall matters, we regularly act for those wishing to carry out the work.

HMO License Applications

t is often necessary to obtain a Licence for property alterations. We regularly advise clients and prepare HMO licence applications with regard to such matters to ensure that the work is carried out in an appropriate matter.

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981 Great West Road
Greater London


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0330 223 5445

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