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Commercial Surveyor Services

Bradley-Mason LLP is a Chartered Building Surveying practice who offer the full range of Surveying, Building Consultancy and Project Management Services throughout the UK.

Our senior level team provide expert advice, with a focus on a quick turnaround service to maximise value and to fully understand our client’s businesses and property requirements. Ranging from investment funds and private Landlord’s to High Street retailers and commercial Tenant’s, we offer advice on the whole life cycle of their property interest from acquisition to disposal. Our aim is to predict your needs and ensure your expectations are exceeded. We question your requirements to ensure that our services are tailored to your current and future needs.

FAQs

A commercial surveyor values and helps negotiate sales and leases of commercial property or land. Professionals registered with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), commercial property surveyors provide help and assistance to tenants and landlords, as well as property buyers and sellers.

The range of properties covers almost anything that does not constitute domestic properties and can include rental properties, warehouses, office buildings, shops, commercial premises and depots.

There are actually a huge range of advantages that come with using a commercial property surveyor, whether you are buying or selling. Of course, one of the most important benefits is the peace of mind that you are getting advice and guidance from an experience professional.

Additionally, negotiating disputes can become easier, you can get a better understanding of the terms of the lease associated with the property and you will enjoy professional support from those with years of experience working in commercial property.

A Schedule of Condition is designed to record the current condition of a commercial property at the time of the survey. This type of survey does not make comment on issues such as the cause of any defects, and the expected lifespan of building elements. It also does not consider the length of the lease.

Dilapidations refer to a schedule of work that is needed in order to return a property to the condition it was in at the beginning of the tenancy. The Schedule of Dilapidations generally covers everything from repairs and reinstatement to decoration and statutory compliance.

Many commercial property buyers have heard of asbestos but don’t realise why a survey is necessary. There are actually many reasons – the first being that asbestos is a dangerous substance, and the owners of commercial property have a legal ‘duty of care’ to manage asbestos on the property.

Additionally, you need to have a specific asbestos survey because a traditional survey will not necessarily pick up the material.

RICS is the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the professional body that oversees chartered surveying, enforcing and promoting the highest professional standards across the industry. When you work with RICS commercial surveyors you are guaranteed industry-leading standards in terms of training, qualifications, and overall quality of work.

There are a number of factors determining the cost of a commercial survey. The scope of the survey is important, as is the size of the property. It is also important to understand what you need from the survey. For a specific quote based around your needs and requirements, get in touch with the team at Bradley Mason today.

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