RICS Accredited Conservation Specialists

Building Surveyors Ltd have a vast portfolio of conservation project experience and we specialise in surveying listed and historic buildings including ancient monuments. We have identified defects, specified sympathetic repairs, prepared heritage and listed building applications, applied for heritage lottery funding, project managed refurbishment and repairs and have seen numerous buildings at risk brought back in to use.

We are fortunate enough to have personnel accredited in conservation by the RICS. This highly sought after and rare qualification/endorsement is considered one of the highest renowned accreditations in conservation.

We truly understand heritage buildings and how they should be cared for and refurbished without damaging their character and historic merit. Moreover, we understand how to engage with the local authority conservation team to ensure that the proposed works to heritage buildings are sympathetic and appropriate.

Building Surveyors Ltd, over several months have provided us an exceptional service. They have taken into account our requirements and offered guidance towards our Heritage Lottery Fund application.

They delivered a friendly, reliable service and completed detailed defect inspections of our Grade II listed church in order to provide heritage statements and quinquennial reports. This has enabled us to determine the repairs and costs required to restore our building and gain funding to complete the works. Without their help and dedication, we would not be in a position to receive the funding we are applying for. I commend their diligent attention to detail and affability in service.

Rev’d Dr Peter Adegbie (PhD Newcastle University) Founder/Trustee MICC/Chapel of Light International

Our recent projects include extensive defect, dilapidations and project works at Ford Castle in Northumberland and identifying defects and specifying remedial works to the former Durham Hospital amongst numerous other heritage projects.

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