Tom is passionate, hardworking and understands the importance of a high customer service. Before starting with Peter Barry Tom had previous experience in the property sector working as a Lettings Negotiator and a Property Investment Advisor. It was here Tom realised he wanted to follow a career path to become a chartered surveyor. Tom has since achieved a degree at Nottingham Trent University and is due to sit his RICS professional within the next year. Out of work Tom is a qualified tennis coach, enjoys playing the guitar and popping down the pub for “one beer”.
There are a number of hoops to jump through when negotiating the purchase of a home, particularly when purchasing a new build property.To add to this burgeoning ‘to do’ list, it would seem that a worrying trend of poor quality control is developing in the new build property sector, even amongst so called ‘luxury’ ... Read More >>
It’s the phrase that party wall surveyors rely on to reassure adjoining owners that they will not incur costs as a result of their neighbours’ works i.e. “In all normal circumstances, the fees of all/any appointed surveyors will be paid by the building owner”. The inquisitive adjoining owner will ask for ... Read More >>
The process of preparing a Reinstatement Cost Assessment involves a site visit to inspect the property, take measurements and site notes detailing the type and quality of the accommodation, a calculation of the likely reinstatement cost of the property based on the information gathered during the inspection, and the recording ... Read More >>