Forthcoming content

A selection of the in-depth articles and real world case studies scheduled for publication in Volume 8 of Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation - consisting of four quarterly 100-page issues - includes:

  • Damp in traditional buildings: What conservation issues and solutions damp buildings may present 
    Georgina Allison, conservation architect and Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
  • Common defects found in tenement housing, their diagnosis and remediation  
    David Gibbon, Director, GLM 
  • Specifying mortars and replacement stone 
    Roz Artis, Director, Scottish Lime Centre Trust
  • Dilapidations: Listed buildings and costings
    Gillian Murray, Building Surveyor, The National Trust for Scotland 
  • Daylight and density 
    Simone Pagani, Senior Partner, Daylight + Solar Design, GIA 
  • Understanding fire safety requirements for high rise buildings
    Adrian Pargeter, Kingspan Insulation 
  • Materials, methods and conservation solutions for conserving interwar shopfronts 
    Lennie Lindsay, Director, Historic Shop Conservation
  • Timber frame defects and investigations 
    Joe Malone, Principal, Malone Associates  
  • Investigation of window, partition and barrier glass failures in buildings 
    Richard Harris and David Metcalfe, Centre for Window and Cladding Technology 
  • Techniques Historic Environment Scotland has tested to improve the thermal refurbishment of traditional and historic buildings
    Moses Jenkins, Senior Technical Officer, Historic Scotland
  • Carrying out effective matching patch repairs in concrete in historic buildings 
    Chris Wood, Senior Architectural Conservator, Building Conservation & Geospatial Survey, Historic England 
  • Traditional hot mixed lime mortars for conservation and repair  
    Nigel Copsey, Stonemason and Building Conservator 
  • Investigation of window, partition and barrier glass failures in buildings 
    Richard Harris and David Metcalfe, Centre for Window and Cladding Technology  
  • Uncertainty on the line of junction 
    Stephen Cornish, Chartered Building Surveyor, Woodward Chartered Surveyors  
  • The different technologies available to residential surveyors, their pros and cons and when and how they should be used 
    Stewart Little, CEO, IRT Surveys 
  • Dilapidations claims and consecutive leases: problems and possible solutions  
    Anthony Tanney, Barrister and Catherine Takis, Barrister, Falcon Chambers 
  • Trees related risk to structures 
    Dealga O'Callaghan, Chartered Arboricultural Consultant, Dealga's Tree Consultancy and Giles Mercer, Arboricultural Consultant, Arbour Consultancy  
  • Dilapidations case update
    Emma Humphreys, Partners, Charles Russell, Speechlys
  • The ‘Mind the Gap’ project : Investigating the difference, in performance, between design and the building ‘in-use’
    Andy Lewry, BRE Global, Lorna Hamilton, Senior Statistician, BRE, Mindy Hadi, Head of Social Research, BRE, Jaie Bennett, Director, GreenRock Energy and Richard Peters, Director, Peters Research 
  • Party walls: Awards, appeals and a case law update
    Philip Harris, Partner, Head of Construction, Wright Hassall Solicitors 
  • Compulsory purchase orders in practice: Approaches to CPOs, examples and responding to opposition
    James Squier, Partner – Rural, Bidwells
  • Crucial negotiation skills
    Nick Davies, LLB (hons), barrister, and owner, The Really Great Training Company
  • Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards and steps to improve energy inefficient properties
    Daniel Montlake, Chartered Surveyor, Director of Core Sustainability, and Sivan Gelb, Solicitor, Partner, MCG Law 
  • Horton Court: A modern conversation project through the eyes of the contractor
    Chris Foster, Director and Oskar Niewadzi, Pre-Construction Manager, Corbel Conservation
  • Serving valid notices: Not as simple as it first appears
    Rob French, Partner, Delva Patman Redler LLP
  • Ain't nothin' goin' on but the rent? - or - How do you make a loss of rent claim work?
    Richard Kay, Partner, Beckett and Kay and Nicholas Taggart, Landmark Chambers
  • Avoiding lime failures
    William Napier, Adams Napier Partnership Chartered Building Surveyors & Heritage Consultants
  • Cavity wall tie failure
    Bernie Smith, Managing Director, Smith Building Services