Specialist Listed building surveys for any Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II Listed buildings, by Stuart Little Chartered Building Surveyor and RICS Certified Historic Building Professional.
Our listed building surveys consist of a building survey / survey level three (formerly called a full structural survey) to RICS Standards and Guidance, together with additional services; these include listed buildings advice, building conservation advice, reliable cost advice and a rebuilding cost assessment for insurance. With our service you will know the overall financial risk before purchase.
Listed building survey and historic building conservation advice for the above Grade I Listed building near Newport Pagnell in Bedfordshire. Tyringham Hall was designed by Sir John Soane in 1792. The later Pool House and Music Temple in the grounds were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Listed building survey for a Grade II Listed building in Coleshill, near Amersham in Buckinghamshire. A 17th Century period timber framed former farm house. This was followed by a building conservation project for repairs, alterations and upgrading works.
Listed building survey and building conservation advice for the above Grade I Listed building. St Cleres Hall in St Osyth, Essex is a 14th Century period timber framed building and aisled hall house with an original open hall and many other features.
Listed building surveys in Surrey. In the above case a Grade II* Listed building in the Surrey Hills. We provided a specialist listed building survey and historic building conservation advice for all future repairs.