Our commercial clients, from both the public and private sector, use a variety of our services, from schedules of condition for leaseholds, disabled access surveys, general surveys when they are looking to buy property, party wall agreement, expert witness services, and also project management work for building projects. These articles explain how our services work in the commercial space.
That’s what we got asked this morning. So we scratched our heads and had to agree that we didn’t know much at all about chancel repair liability except that it can result in rather nasty surprise bills. We then did … Find out more
Ever wondered whether there was a reason for those texture paving surfaces you see in the pavement and near steps? The answer is, of course, yes. These tactile surfaces – typically corduroy or blisters are used to designate essential information … Find out more
It’s nice to know some people read our blog posts (this one was about tactile paving) and then give us a call to find out more about disabled access and how to get it right… Recently I took a call from … Find out more
Wherever we go we keep our eyes open for good and bad examples of access. When they’re good we never stop learning, and when they’re bad, well… here’s a few examples we’ve found: Have you spotted any serious failings … Find out more
Case study – Equality Act compliance Collier Stevens, Chartered Surveyors were appointed by Hythe Town Council to design and oversee the reinstatement of footpaths to the Oaklands public open space in Hythe, Kent. The existing paths were laid in the … Find out more
Case study: Equality Act compliance Collier Stevens, Chartered Surveyors were appointed by Kent Police to design a new accessible WC and shower facility at their county headquarters in Maidstone and help meet their obligations under the Equality Act. Having previously … Find out more
Accessible parking spaces always seem to be the space that doesn’t get used the most, so often end up being the space that’s used by caretakers and property managers for all sorts of purposes. Like, for instance, this generator! Unfortunately, … Find out more