Welcome to
Stapleton Consulting

RICS Chartered Building Surveyors


Stapleton Consulting covers the broad spectrum of all building surveying instructions for commercial, residential and industrial property. Our services include building surveys and defect investigation, building reinstatement cost assessments, planned maintenance programmes, building design, obtaining planning and Building Regulation approval, contract administration, project management, programme management, construction design and management (CDM) services, refurbishment and alterations, dilapidations and party wall matters under the Party Wall etc Act 1996.

Based in the South East in Lewes, Stapleton Consulting are well placed to cover all areas of London, south east, Home Counties and beyond.

All of our surveyors are full members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the practice is regulated by the RICS. Stapleton Consulting is committed to provide a high quality and professional service.

About Us

Stapleton Consulting was established in 2011 by Patrick Henshaw BSc (Hons) MRICS RMaPs, an experienced Chartered Building Surveyor and former Partner at a London-based Global Property Consultancy firm.

Our Services

We specialise in commercial and residential building surveying, CDM consultancy services, refurbishment and alterations and other property related matters.

Featured Projects

Take a look at some of the projects Stapleton Consulting have been involved in.

White Building Southampton commercial office refurbishment

White Building

Redefined contemporary workspace
for Southampton

Chhola-Ghar House Bray Berkshire residential refurbishment


House refurbishment in Bray, Berkshire

What our clients say

Warren Francis

"A fantastic service, very thorough, polite and professional. Exactly what you would want from someone carrying out a full structural survey. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this company."

Paul Stickland

"With regard to your survey of our cottage, I am very pleased with the work you have done. It has pointed out the various faults without dramatising the inevitable problems with a house dating from the mid eighteenth century."