Forthcoming content

A selection of articles and real-world case studies scheduled for Volume 11 of Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation - consisting of four 100-page issues in both print and online - includes:

  • How traditional details and workmanship can have a dramatic improvement in weatherproofing and performance
    Kinlay Laidlaw, Director, Laidlaw Associates Building Surveying
  • Schedules of condition and final inspections: Are they required under the Party Wall etc Act 1996?
    Stephen Cornish, Managing Director, Woodward Chartered Surveyors
  • Residential property evaluation and climate change modelling
    Michael Lawson, Chief Executive and Graeme Winser, Director of Strategy, Property Risk Inspection 
  • Old building, new life: Three curtilage-listed buildings reimagined and repurposed for the future
    Lydia Robinson, Creative Director, Design Storey Architects
  • What is the existing use value basis of valuation and does it remain fit for purpose?
    Jonathan Fothergill, Senior Specialist in Valuation and Investment Advisory, The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
  • The repair and alterations of Cowane’s Hospital, Stirling, 2010 – 2021
    Benjamin Tindall, Founder, Benjamin Tindall Architects
  • Retrofit and the assessment of traditional buildings
    Moses Jenkins, Senior Technical Officer, Historic Environment Scotland
  • Case study on the conservation of Wells Cathedral West Front
    Berenice Humphries, Senior Projects Manager, Cliveden Conservation
  • Plaster beetle (psocid) infestation in buildings: A pragmatic approach to environmental management and control 
    Jagjit Singh, Director, Environmental Building Solutions
  • The real practicalities of resolving boundary disputes
    Rob French, Senior Partner, Party Walls & Neighbourly Matters, Delva Patman Redler
  • Procuring basement waterproofing in 2022 – a data driven guide to the waterproofing market
    James Hockey, Managing Director, Trace Basements
  • Meeting break option conditions
    Emma Humphreys, Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys
  • Investigation and conservation of historic suspended fibrous plaster ceilings
    Richard Ireland, Plaster & Paint: Consultancy & Conservation of Historic Buildings
  • The Traditional Buildings Health Check scheme
    Lindsay Lennie, Trust Manager, Stirling City Heritage Trust
  • Case study on the alterations to Cowane’s Hospital
    Benjamin Tindall, Principal, Benjamin Tindall Architects
  • Heritage at risk: The challenges faced and a case study
    Jon Avent, Director, Mann Williams
  • How we got here – where we’re going: The lack of liability on building inspection
    Carrie de Silva, Professor of Real Estate Practice Law, Royal Agricultural University
  • Conservation engineering at the Tower of London
    Clive Dawson, Managing Director, Hockley & Dawson Consulting Engineers
  • The mediation of property and valuation disputes
    Nicholas Gould, Partner and Roma Patel, Fenwick Elliott
  • The relocation and restoration of the Dorothy Annan telecommunications mural
    Andrew O’Donnell, Director, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • Be a good expert: Tell the truth
    Paul Beckett, Director and Co-founder, Phlorum
  • Property flood resilience: Insights into the CIRIA Code of Practice
    Phil Emonson, Technical Director, JBA Consulting
  • Design features and best practice in podium deck waterproofing: Examples and perspectives from UK industry
    Benjamin Hickman, Technical Director, CSSW London Waterproofing
  • Awareness of green leases in real estate
    Jacob Moses Acton, Building Surveyor, JLL, Mathew Fox, Lecturer and Researcher, Jim Carfrae, Research Fellow and Lecturer, and Steve Goodhew, Associate Head of School, Architecture, Design and Environment, Plymouth University