John Boret

John Boret

BSc MRICS

John qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1988 having graduated with a General Practice Surveying degree two years earlier. John has gained a vast knowledge of residential property since then having been based in Marble Arch and Mayfair amongst other London locations. If you require a RICS Homebuyer Report or a Full Building Survey in Central or South West London it is most likely John who will be on hand to assist. John has a keen interest in Rugby and also enjoys a spot of sailing when he gets the chance.

Tel extension: | Email: surveying@peterbarry.co.uk

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Access – The importance of an early approach

Where access requires the express consent of an adjoining owner, such as to erect scaffolding and a hoarding as part of a demolition programme, there are no statutory timescales but there are many benefits to an early approach. In some cases, the scheme is simply not viable without access so if there’s an adjoining owner ... Read More >>

RICS “Red Book” Valuations – What are they and what do they do?

One of the most well known and widely used surveying standards are technically named “Red Book” Valuations or RICS valuations. You may be asked to arrange for a Chartered Surveyor to undertake a Red book valuation by your solicitor for a range of purposes - Taxation, Probate, Matrimonial, Shared Ownership, Court ... Read More >>

Different Types of Asbestos and Where They Can Be Found

What exactly is it? Asbestos is a natural, fibrous mineral that was generally used as a building material in the UK between the 1950s and 1980s. It was mined in the far-east, Africa and South America before the fibres were woven into fabrics or mixed into cement. Asbestos was used because it is strong, sound absorbent and ... Read More >>

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