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.
In recent months we have, on more than one occasion, been asked to undertake reviews of valuations undertaken by other valuers following concerns raised by the clients as to their accuracy. In these circumstances it’s not unusual to find that the valuation under scrutiny leaves something to be desired. It is also not unusual ... Read More >>
Registered charities must obtain an RICS Red Book valuation from a suitably qualified Chartered Surveyor before entering into a transaction for disposal. This includes selling, letting and also the granting of new rights. Sections 117 to 121 of the Charities Act 2011 outline the procedure that ensures the disposal is on the ... Read More >>
Licenses covering access over adjoining owners' properties, whether they be for a scaffold, hoarding or crane over sail will include a number of common clauses relating to the principle of access with further clauses specific to the purpose of the access. A typical Licence should contain clauses relating to the ... Read More >>