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Scott Davidson was founded in 1980 and has established itself as one of the leading firms of chartered surveyors in London for residential property. In 2011 Scott Davidson merged with HIP London. Scott Davidson specialise in central London and carry out building surveys on large mansions running into the many millions to flats valued in the tens of thousands.

Along with our building surveyor services including residential and commercial surveys, we also offer epc (energy performance certificates), party wall surveyor services, dilapidation surveys and property inspection reports throughout London. We are members of RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and our partners, Mike Portis and Nicky Major have over 55 years of surveying experience.

Our reputation has been built upon our excellent service to our clients. Scott Davidson offers a rapid turnaround with an efficient and competitive service. We have been impressed with the service Mike Portis provided us for our building survey.
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read more › Are you buying a property in Central London? Then you should seriously consider having the property surveyed. We are one of the leading firms of building surveyors for residential property in London, offering a rapid turnaround with efficient and competitive service. What is a survey? The object of a survey is to tell you about the condition of the property. Assuming the relevant areas are accessible for inspection, we can tell you about the state of the roofs, walls, floors, ceilings, partitions, windows and doors.

read more › A party wall divides the buildings of two owners and the boundary between the ownerships is, generally, somewhere in the thickness of the wall. The Party Wall etc, Act 1996 gives the owner of a building certain rights to carry out works to a party wall. However, the building owner must serve a notice on his next-door neighbour informing him of his intention. There is always the possibility that some damage may be caused to the adjoining owners property, and the adjoining owner, therefore has the right to appoint his own surveyor to look after his interests.

read more › In this market, to get the most out of your investment, it is desirable to achieve a timely turnaround, to put your property back on the market, to facilitate an efficient letting, and to obtain a good rental income. By preparing a fair and reasonable schedule of dilapidations, this can be achieved. We can prepare interim, final and terminal schedules and negotiate reasonable settlement. Are you considering exercising a break clause and need to know where you stand on dilapidations? Have you been served with an interim or terminal schedule of dilapidations and feel it is over-inflated?

read more › Nicky, thank you very much, and to Aneeka and Sarah, for all being so efficient in not only organising the survey but also for producing it so promptly. Thank you very much. Mike, thanks for this excellent building survey. I heard a lot of high regards for your work, from my builder, Estate Agent, my Solicitor etc. Nicky Major cc'd is the best local surveyor I have worked with in my 10 years here and I wouldn't go anywhere else. I just wanted to write and say thank you very much for your assistance on the flat survey.

read more › Are you buying a property in Central London? Are you paying too much? A property valuation report will tell you. We can also provide you with a valuation for mortgage purposes. If a property valuation is carried out at the same time as a building survey, there are considerable cost savings. We can provide a rapid turnaround on property valuations in London with an efficient and competitive service. Please contact us on +44 (0)20 7727 0619.

read more › Commercial property surveys are required for many different reasons. It can be that a property is being purchased as an investment, for owner occupation, or leasehold occupation. An owner maybe considering placing their premises on the market and would like to know of any repairs that may be required in order to achieve a smooth acquisition. Are you acquiring a new lease or taking on an assignment of an existing lease? We can advise you on the current condition of the premises, as well as likely future repairs that may be required.

read more › The certificate provides 'A' to 'G' ratings for the building, with 'A' being the most energy efficient and 'G' being the least. The EPC is part of a series of measures introduced across Europe to reflect legislation which will help cut buildings' carbon emissions and tackle climate change. F.A.Q. How long is an EPC valid for? All EPCs are valid for 10 years. However, if the property has had structural changes since the previous EPC i.e. an extension, then a new EPC will need to be produced for renting/selling purposes.

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