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    A Historic building Survey is the top of the range survey giving clients informed knowledge and reducing the risk associated with purchase... read more

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    The Country House has been an evolving subject since the sixteenth century, when for the first time, defence was not the primary concern for the design and location of a principal house. ... read more

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    Properties which are not listed, generally describe as Period Property Surveys reflecting the vast array of different types and styles of houses in the UK together with the various influences on designs and factors... read more

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Quality Historic Building Surveyors in the City

Resting on the north bank of the River Tyne in the North East of England is the much-loved city of Newcastle upon Tyne. Not only does it boast world-class culture with a friendly Geordie welcome but it offers inspiring heritage and acclaimed architecture.

Newcastle has a long and interesting history with a wealth of fine buildings and in Grainger Town alone,(city centre) 450 structures exist with 244 being listed and 29 of those being grade I and 49 being grade II. Thus, Period building surveyors and historic building consultants will find an abundance of beautiful buildings and architecture to explore in Newcastle.

If your home or property lies within this vicinity of age and beauty, then it could be an excellent decision to have a country house property building survey, or farmhouse building surveying carried out. Building owners often don't see the benefit in having a historical building survey produced because their structure hasn't displayed any concerns to this point. This dangerous frame of mind can lead to building faults which, left unnoticed could create problems in the future.

David Hornsby Chartered Surveyors is a specialist in period property surveys with over 35 years experience in nationwide building surveys and can aid you with this essential work. Our service is of the highest quality ranging from listed building surveys to a townhouse building survey.

The buyers of listed buildings can expect our listed property surveyors to provide a crucial service. Quality historical building surveys produced by a grade 1 listed building surveyor can potentially note a building's historical development across, perhaps, many centuries. These details can inform a potential buyer of any defects or parts of the building which need preserving, and this could incur financial liability for many years.

A conservation surveyor could be required for some of the aspects of works needed for your building in order to create a heritage statement to support such a build. This information lets the council know the historical journey of the building to outline areas to be aware of within the works.

Please contact us at David Hornsby Chartered Surveyors for quality historic building surveys that you can rely on, and our skilled team of experts can provide details on historic building surveys and listed building surveys to ensure your records are kept up to date.

Attention to detail is of vital importance to our period building surveyors for pulling together their period property surveys. Wherever you are located in the country, our nationwide building surveys will cover you from farmhouse building surveying to townhouse building survey.

Keep your local authority happy while building the perfect extension using our heritage statement. This document will be painstakingly created by our conservation surveyor along with your country house property building survey.

Our grade 1 listed building surveyor is extremely knowledgeable and will be happy to assist if your building is listed. Alternatively, our historic building consultants or listed property surveyors will help you with your property.