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Property Surveying Blog


In our informative Property Surveying Blog we take pride in writing weekly blog posts on Property Surveying.

Whether it is Party Wall Surveying, RICS HomeBuyer Reports, Valuations or Property Defects, you can be sure to find a blog post on the topic here!

Written by Berry Lodge Surveyors

This is one of the most common questions that we are asked by property buyers here at Berry Lodge Surveyors. If you are purchasing a property that is older than 10 years, quite simply, there will be no form of warranty in place, therefore you are effectively going to be the person liable for making […]

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Written by Aman Singh

In this week’s blog post I shall discussing what exactly is included within a Schedule of Condition Report. We will follow on from my previous blog post regarding Party Wall Notices where we assumed that your neighbour (the building owner) plans to build an extension at the rear of their property and had therefore served […]

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Written by Berry Lodge Surveyors

In this week’s Property Surveying Podcast, we will be discussing the recent legal case of Amir-Siddique vs Kowaliw and what it means for Party Wall Surveyors and adjoining owners in England and Wales. This case has shaken up Party Wall procedures (as much as they can be) as we knew them and is one to […]

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Written by Sadek Miah

In this blog post I will be giving an insight into the different Party Wall procedures to consider when engaging in the Party Wall process. In order to engage in the Party Wall process a homeowner (known as the building owner under the Party Wall etc Act 1996) has to carry out certain type of […]

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Written by Beau Davies

With holidays and weekends gracing us week by week, these brief and momentary breaks from the working week need to be taken into account when discussing legal document service. Irrespective of whether the Notice is served by a Surveyor, a Solicitor or an Owner, the Notice’s statutory timings will be always need to be considered […]

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Written by Aman Singh

In this week’s blog post, I will be discussing the options that you as the building owner (person doing the works) can take in the event that there are both freeholders and leaseholders involved at the adjoining owners’ (neighbour) property. I will be discussing this mainly from the perspective from the building owner who wishes […]

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