We have the skill and experience to deal with a range of neighbourly matters including party wall procedures, scaffolding licences and crane oversails. Our focus is always on containing disputes and finding the most reasonable solution for the parties. If you require advice on a neighbourly matter in Bow you are welcome to contact us for a free initial consultation.
We also have vast experience of valuing and surveying properties in the Bow area. We like to spend some time at the outset to properly understand your concerns and ensure that we recommend the most suitable survey to allay them. Our surveyors will always make themselves available to discuss issues raised in their reports and the next steps.
Our Chartered Surveyor Steve Hobbs recently completed a Level 2 Survey & Valuation for a client who was in the process of purchasing a purpose-built flat just to the south-west of Bow. The length of the lease had been incorrectly stated in the estate agent’s sales particulars, so the actual lease was shorter than had been advertised. Steve was able to advise the client as to the effect on the value of the flat, which assisted the client in renegotiating the purchase price of the property.
Our client was pleased with the service provided; The surveyor provided a detailed survey which clearly addressed the concerns I had raised and made a number of recommendations, which differentiated between things that had to be done right away and less urgent matters… The surveyor was then available for a chat to provide greater context and more pointed advice. The whole process and timelines were as stated. Job well done!
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Located in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Bow is a residential area in the East End of London.
Bow is an area that is fast becoming popular with people trying to find new and more inexpensive areas that are fairly central. Bow is close to the City and also to Docklands so there are plenty of advantages to living here for City workers and new apartment blocks have been springing up to cater for the influx of new residents. However, there is still very much an East End feel to much of Bow with many people having lived here their whole lives and remaining staunchly proud of their cockney roots.
There are two stations in Bow: Bow Church, which is on the DLR rail network; and Bow Road underground station. This is in zone 2 and is on the Hammersmith & City and District lines, offering quick travel times into the city and across north and west London.
Leading London-based party wall specialists with a 35+ year history.
Breadth & depth of expertise provided by experienced team of RICS surveyors.
Straight forward and honest professional, impartial advice.
Up-to-date understanding of best practice and case law through training and CPD.
Members of relevant governing bodies – RICS, FPWS, P&T.