Quantity Surveying

Value for Money Audits

Our comprehensive audits ensure you’re getting the most from your investments. By assessing costs against market standards, we ensure you achieve optimal value without compromising on quality.

Performance Outputs Monitoring

We prioritize efficiency and effectiveness. Our performance monitoring ensures that the intended outputs align with the set objectives, guaranteeing the best results.

Pricing Voids & Maintenance Works

Accurate pricing is essential for property voids and maintenance tasks. We provide precise estimates to ensure budgets are maintained and unexpected costs are avoided.

Pre and Post Cost Estimating

To aid in informed decision-making, we provide detailed cost projections before project initiation and refine them as the project progresses to ensure financial clarity.


With our Bills of Quantities (BoQs) and Schedule of Rates (SoR), we detail all required materials, labor, and other costs, ensuring comprehensive and transparent budgeting.

Template Preparation & Cashflow Forecasting

Efficient cash flow management is key to a successful project. We not only design robust templates but also monitor project expenditures against forecasts to ensure financial health.

Final Accounts Management

We meticulously review all expenditures against the contract sum. Our final account process ensures all costs are justified, with no unexpected surprises at the end of a project.

Tender Analysis & Reports

Our thorough tender return reviews ensure that the selected bids offer the best value and quality. This scrutiny ensures project success and budget adherence.

Post-Project Reviews & Lessons Learned

Every project offers an opportunity to grow. We critically analyze the project delivery process, identifying strengths and areas for improvement, ensuring continuous refinement in our approach.

Party Wall

Party Wall

What does a party wall surveyor do?
A Party Wall Surveyor performs a specialist role in resolving disputes between neighbours under the Party Wall etc Act 1996. Any surveyor appointed under section 10 of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 is undertaking a statutory role and the party wall surveyor cannot be released from duty easily.

The role of the Party Wall Surveyors;
Our Party Wall Surveyors assess building work details, understand adjoining owners’ objections, and create a balanced Party Wall Award. This document outlines how, when, and any additional tasks to be executed for the project. .
Type of Party wall surveyor appointments:
The Agreed Party Wall Surveyor
This is based on the building owner and the adjoining owner agreeing to use the same party wall surveyor to achieve the party wall award.
This includes:
  1. Advising, preparing, drafting, reviewing, and serving notice(s).
  2. Arranging access and attending the site to understand the site-specific circumstances.
  3. Producing a schedule of condition of the adjoining owner’s property.
  4. Producing an equitable party wall award (subject to negotiation with the adjoining property owner).
  5. Drafting, making, and serving the party wall award (on the parties).
  6. Making additional awards where necessary
  7. Starting with Notice(s): Serving notice(s) is the first step. It is crucial that these notices are complete and correctly served; otherwise, they might be invalid. We are committed to ensuring all standards are met.
  8. Duty of Impartiality: Once a surveyor is officially assigned under the Act, there is a strict duty to remain unbiased. We aim for fair results for everyone involved.
  9. Property Inspection: Our surveyor thoroughly examines the adjoining owner’s property. This ensures we grasp the possible project impact and verify the accuracy of the drawings. This step is pivotal for creating a detailed schedule of the property’s current condition, helping to identify any potential future damage accurately.
  10. The Party Wall Award: With all essential information at hand, our surveyor drafts the “party wall award”. It defines owners’ duties, working guidelines, access rules, and damage protocols. Rest assured; we ensure all your concerns are meticulously addressed.
The single-appointed Party Wall Surveyor This is usually selected when a building owner or adjoining owner wants to have an award produced but does not want to share a surveyor as they are worried about impartiality. In these cases, our surveyors will either represent the building owner or the adjoining owner. For example, a building owner appoints us, and we issue their adjoining owner with a notice and the adjoining owner replies to the notice with the selection of dissent and will use their own surveyor. We would wait for their surveyor to issue us with their appointment letter.
Once we receive the appointment letter, the two appointed surveyors will have to select a third surveyor to form a tribunal. The third surveyor is only contacted if there is an issue/dispute between the two surveyors and the third surveyor’s involvement is needed to form the final decision.
The role includes working in unison with another surveyor to achieve the award, including consultations, site visits, schedule on condition and finally the award, which is incorrectly referred to as the party wall agreement.

The third surveyor’s role
In Case of Disagreements: If there is a stalemate between the two primary Party Wall Surveyors, the Third Surveyor steps in. Acting as a neutral mediator, this surveyor helps resolve the raised disputes, ensuring a smooth process for all parties.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

Selling, renting, or simply curious about your home’s energy efficiency?

We offer legally required EPCs, which include:

Please contact us to be provided with a quote.
Domestic Retrofit:

Step-by-step process:

Structural Engineering

Structural Engineering

Concerned about the structural integrity of your property?
Our structural services are perfect at assessing structural defects commonly found in old buildings and non-traditional buildings.

What is the purpose of the structural survey?
Structural surveyors conduct structural surveys, they are usually commissioned on listed buildings, old properties, and buildings that have been constructed in an unusual way because these types of properties typically have defects that may impact the structural integrity of the building such as cracks or subsidence. It is also good practice to have a structural survey done for property adaptations or renovation as the removal of walls etc can also impact the structural integrity of the building or site.

What is included:

  1. Site inspection.
  2. Calculations (by request only)
  3. Drawings (by request only)
  4. Report, including defects assessment with remedial recommendations.
  5. Insurance and mortgage reports.


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