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Historic & Listed Building Surveys

What is a Historic & Listed Building Survey?

A Historic & Listed Building Survey, is similar to a Commercial Building Survey, with the added attention to detail in relation to the historic and listed status of the property you are purchasing. A Historic & Listed Building Survey, will help you make a decision on your investment of purchasing a property of historic and listed interest. We can advise on all aspects of the property including advice as to what can be undertaken on this type of property and the restrictions you will face when deciding to invest in repairs or upgrades.

In the UK, there are three types of Listed Grades; Grade 1, Grade 2 & Grade 2*. All have been graded in relation to its historic importance on the UK over the last 800 years.
With a Historic & Listed Building Survey, an RICS qualified surveyor carries out a thorough inspection of the property, complimented by a detailed report of the inspection. By opting for a Historic & Listed Building Survey, you can be sure you’re receiving an impartial assessment of the property from Dunham Hale Chartered Surveyors and that your allocated surveyor will adhere to industry best practice standards and provide advice on the relevant legislation applicable and the defects to the property. This will allow you to make an informed decision as to the cost of any repairs and allow you to renegotiate on the property or walk away altogether.

Whilst we offer a standalone Historic & Listed Building Survey, you can also opt for our add-on service of a detailed walkthrough of the issues using our Bespoke Clent Surveying Service, which is about more than just the survey report. We provide the one-one care and advice as your personal surveyor and help you make an informed decision.


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