Tony is a Building Surveyor and has been involved in the construction and property industry since 1971. His particular interests are residential surveys, party wall matters, dilapidations, fire risk assessments. He is also a qualified Domestic and Commercial Energy Assessor. Tony lives close to our Winchmore Hill office and is married with two sons, one of whom is a Chartered Surveyor. His interests outside of work include computers and walking the family’s Jack Russell.
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 >>
The increasingly dire chances for first time buyers to get on the property ladder in London are well documented in the press. Those that hoped the Brexit vote or even the triggering of article 50 would soften prices have not yet seen their hopes realised as the average asking price in London reached £636,777 in April 2017. ... Read More >>