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Schedule of Condition Reports

Our Surveyors have undertaken thousands of Schedule of Condition Reports over the years

Schedule of Condition Reports

We pride ourselves in our thorough and impartial approach

A Schedule of Condition Report will ensure that a Surveyor visits the property adjoining the work, to prepare a through and impartial record of condition Report.

The Schedule of Condition Report will benchmark the condition of the neighbouring property, thereby ensuring that any defects, damage or issues attributed to the construction works are easily identifiable.

What Does a Schedule of Condition Surveyor Do?

The Surveyor’s role will be to comprehensively inspect all parts of the property both externally and internally that are in close proximity to the proposed construction works.

The Surveyor’s aim will be to record and detail the condition as thoroughly and clearly as possible, ensuring there is a robust record in place in advance of the construction works commencing.

The inspection will result in hundreds to thousands of high definition photographs being taken and a detailed report being compiled.

Our Schedule of Condition Reports

Here at Stokemont there as two types of Schedule of Condition Reports that we offer:

Written & Photographic Schedule of Condition Report

This is the most comprehensive pre construction works inspection and report that can be undertaken. The report includes a full written record of those areas of the property in close proximity to where the works are being undertaken. It also includes a full photographic record that will be held on account and referred back to in the event of issue.

Photographic Schedule of Condition Report

The report includes a full photgraphic record of those areas of the property in close proximity to where the works are being undertaken. These images will form part of a Surveyor’s report and be held on account and referred back to in the event of issue.

Schedule of Condition Report Surveying Costs

Here at Stokemont, we believe that Schedule of Condition Report Surveying costs should be transparent and clear. As a guide our prices are as below, in order to obtain a fixed cost, please get in touch with our Surveying team who will be happy to advise.

Photographic Schedule of Condition Reports for Flats

From £300 + VAT

Photographic Schedule of Condition Reports for Houses

From £350 + VAT

Written & Photographic Schedule of Condition Reports for Flats

From £400 + VAT

Written & Photographic Schedule of Condition Reports for Houses

From £450 + VAT

Typical Schedule of Condition Surveying Questions

How long does a Schedule of Condition Report take?

The Surveyor undertaking the Schedule of Condition Report will likely take anywhere between 45 minutes to up to 3 hours on site during the inspection.

The length of the inspection very much depends on the neighbouring construction works being undertaken, the size of the property, and ultimately the defect that exists within it.

Will the Surveyor provide Photographs?

Yes, we provide HD images with all of our reports.

We also store images on our secure cloud based server for a minimum term of five years in accordance with our governing bodies requirements.

How detailed is the Schedule of Condition Report?

The Schedule of Condition Report will in involve an experience and qualified Surveyor visiting the neighboring owner’s property in advance of the construction works commencing.

Their aim will be to ensure they collect a robust and thorough record of the property acting as proof in the event of damage claim, or damage.

Team Qualifications 

Our team of Surveyors are not only highly experienced but importantly they are also qualified.

 We’re proud to confirm our Surveyors hold membership status and accreditation to some of the world’s leading professional governing bodies including; the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), The Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE), the Pyramus and Thisbe Club (P&T) and the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR).

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