Stapleton Consulting is a RICS regulated surveying practice.
Founded in 1868, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is the world's leading professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property and construction. RICS promotes and enforces the highest international standards across the built and natural environment.
As people continue to demand more assurance of certified standards and ethics, attaining RICS status is the recognised mark of property professionalism.
Our experience in building construction and pathology enables us to undertake detailed pre-acquisition surveys of residential, commercial and industrial property.
Our detailed survey reports can highlight potential liabilities and maintenance issues, provide indicative budget costs, to enable our clients to make an informed decision prior to purchasing.
We provide advice with regard to repairing liabilities under the terms of a lease and provide advice on the future repairing and possible dilapidations liability.
We undertake investigation of defects relating to design or workmanship and provide recommendations for remedial works.
Shows the condition of the property, offers guidance to legal advisors and highlights any urgent defects. Typically the lowest priced of the surveys, it is aimed at conventional properties and newer homes. It focuses purely on the condition of the property by setting out the following:
Includes all the features of the RICS Condition Report, plus a market valuation and insurance rebuild costs. It also includes advice on defects that may affect the value of the property with repairs, and ongoing maintenance advice.
Essential for larger or older properties, or if you’re planning major works. The most comprehensive report provides you with an in-depth analysis of the property's condition and includes advice on defects, repairs and maintenance options.
Stapleton Consulting has extensive experience in construction contracts for alterations, extensions and refurbishment of existing buildings to all types of properties whether commercial, industrial or residential. We provide a one-stop service from inception through to completion.
Our services include:
Stapleton Consulting have experience managing all types of construction projects, including new build, alterations, conversions, refurbishments, fitting out-works and repair contracts.
We are involved throughout the process, and advise from the initial client brief and concept stage, through the procurement, design, specification, delivery and handover stages.
The main purpose of the Party Wall act is etc Act 1996 is to enable joint owners of a structure, such as a wall between two properties, to carry out certain works. Adjoining property owners are served formal notice and a Party Wall Award is prepared. The Party Wall Act also covers building on boundary line and excavating near and adjacent structure.
Stapleton Consulting can provide which knowledge enables the preparation of the requisite documentation for our appointing owners and the administration of the Party Wall. We strictly follow the RICS Guidance Notes for Party Wall matters.
Stapleton consulting will Act for:
Our services for Party Walls include:
Stapleton Consulting can provide cost assessment for insurance reinstatement purposes of residential, commercial and historic buildings. Having the right insurance cover is essential. If you’re under-insured, you run the risk of running into un-budgeted-for costs. And if you’re over insured, your premiums may be unnecessarily high.
This is where our specialist Reinstatement Cost Assessments team comes in. We complete detailed inspections of your property to give you an accurate cost for rebuilding, with each assessment tailored for the individual building.
If you are considering altering or extending your property, Stapleton Consulting can offer you a full design service including:
Whether you are looking for someone to manage the whole process, or need assistance in a specific area, Stapleton Consulting would be pleased to discuss your requirements.