People love the ‘Through the Keyhole’ aspect of our job. That’s why we invite our surveyors to choose a typical building.
They are designed to highlight typical considerations and interesting buildings; especially in the context of setting an accurate valuation of the building for insurance.
The key concern when rebuilding is the site location; this building structure leans right over Canada Water basin.
The Sainsbury Centre is a modern building, that looks to the future whilst looking after the past. It was also one of the first buildings designed by Norman Foster and opened in 1978.
There are a number of factors that would cause concern when reinstating a property that are common to Central London and other cities.
The Black Country Living Museum is unique in every respect. There are approximately 100 buildings of a variety of ages on the site, as well as external structures including a lime kiln, canal basin and bridges…
Luxury apartments converted from a 19th Century library.
One of the most unusual occurrences I’ve ever come across whilst looking at properties.
A building which has been designed to comply with Passivhaus principles.
Site-specific factors that impact reinstatement cost assessments.
The specific location was critical…
Waterfront situation affects the re-instatement valuation for this development.
A self-load-bearing building…
This cathedral of rugby has evolved over time with improvements, enhancements and the odd conversion.