Shaun joined us in 2015 and is an experienced Chartered Building Surveyor, working across our residential surveys, commercial surveys, party wall, architectural and contract administration services. Shaun qualified with a degree in Building Surveying at London’s South Bank Polytechnic and became a Chartered Surveyor in 1993. Outside of work he spends most of his energy with his young family, but when he finds time, his interests include live music and playing bass guitar in a band.
The Leasehold Reform and Urban Development Act, 1993, establishes the valuation basis and legal framework for leaseholders to extend their lease (as well as enfranchise). The most common way to enact the Act, is to serve a Section 42 notice with the help of a specialist solicitor, but this does come with a raft of stipulations ... Read More >>
At the time of writing the UK has just experienced the hottest Summer Solstice on record and the hottest June day in 40 years. Those of us sat inside are no doubt struggling to concentrate let alone write an interesting blog post relating to architecture! Most of you will no doubt be questioning this post in agreement that ... Read More >>
After 20 years, the Party Wall Act was amended in 2016 to allow for the electronic service of documents. Those of you that are familiar with the Act will know that it has more grey areas than a herd of elephants but that was the one amendment that was made. A year later I think I’ve met 2 other surveyors that have embraced ... Read More >>