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Commercial Building Surveys

Our Building Surveyors carry out building surveys for all types of commercial property across the UK including; offices, warehouses, industrial units, factories, educational establishments, leisure facilities and shops.

Our reports are practical, clear and concise and can be carried out for a range of purposes which can offer benefits to both landlords and tenants. Once a report has been prepared, our Building Surveyors can advise you and help you to make reasoned decisions regarding the property.  The report findings can help determine the best course of action and help to ensure that the property doesn’t present any unwelcome surprises in the future.

So whether you are purchasing a new property, reviewing your portfolio, vacating an existing property, signing a new lease or arranging funding, you can be confident that with Brasier Freeth surveying your property you are in safe hands.

Types of survey carried out by our Surveyors include:

  • Technical due diligence surveys
  • Portfolio surveys
  • Pre-acquisition leasehold, freehold or investor surveys
  • Defect analysis surveys
  • Dilapidations surveys

In addition to nationwide commercial building surveys Brasier Freeth can also prepare Home Buyer Reports and survey residential properties throughout Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. For more information please see our Residential Building Surveys page.

To find out more about our commercial property building services or to discuss your survey requirements please contact our Head of Building Surveying, Paul Raitt.

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Building Survey of 80-Acre Conference Site

In 2014 Brasier Freeth’s Building Surveying Team were instructed by our client to undertake pre-acquisition leasehold surveys of a Training & Conference Centre in Staffordshire.
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