Forthcoming content

A selection of the in-depth articles and real world case studies scheduled for publication in Volume 10 of Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation - consisting of four 100-page issues in both print and online - includes:

  • Surviving as a small surveying business during and after the pandemic
    Aileen Gomes, Chartered Building Surveyor and Project Manager, Melville Gomes Associates
  • Damp liability and what one can expect from an appropriate application of render
    Malcolm Hollis, Professor of Building Pathology, University of Reading and Principal, Malcolm Hollis Chartered Surveyors
  • Inspecting and reporting on conservatories
    Philip Santo, Director, Philip Santo & Co
  • The implications of replacing cladding in office buildings and hotels
    Lauren Vice, Director, H+H Fire
  • The Bath Abbey Footprint project: An architect’s view of the project objectives and the works
    Alex Morris, Associate, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
  • Defects in dispute: Common modern construction related defects and their context in construction disputes
    Matthew Fedigan, Co-Founder & Director, Domec Professional Services
  • Dilapidations in an economic downturn: How chartered surveyors can best help their clients deal with dilapidations in difficult times
    Gillian Murray, Head of Professional Building Surveying Services, AECOM
  • Beaumont vs. Florala: Rights of light injunction case – a surveyor’s view
    Stuart Cobbold, Chartered Building Surveyor and Director, Schofield Surveyors
  • Interim repairs: Remedies and relief
    Michael Duncan, Associate, Real Estate Disputes, Burges Salmon
  • The impact of COVID-19 on service charges in commercial properties
    Lorna Richardson, Senior Lecturer, Commercial Law, University of Edinburgh Law School
  • Fire risk assessments for buildings of special architectural or historic interest
    Steve Emery, Fire Officer, Oxford University
  • The repair and conservation of Capel Peniel, Tremadog
    Gethin Roberts, Architect, Donald Insall Associates
  • Restrictive covenants over land where architects, surveyors and planners etc. seem to have overlooked matters of concern to clients which must be referred to lawyers
    Andrew Francis, Barrister, Serle Court
  • Thatched building defects and repair
    Jessica Hunnisett, District Surveyor - Central, Historic Environment Scotland
  • Observations of the asbestos industry, perceptions of decline and how to move forward
    Nicky Honing, Account Manager, Lucion Environmental
  • The implications for Chartered Building Surveyors of the Home (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018
    Andrew Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Building Surveying, Anglia Ruskin University
  • Retrofit and why the choice of low carbon breathable materials is crucial
    Tom Woolley, Researcher, Rachel Bevan Architects
  • The deterioration of building stones and historic masonry structures
    Nic Boyes, Stone Conservation Consultant
  • Enhancing flood resilience for properties in Scotland
    Michael Stewart, Hydrologist and Director, Kaya Consulting
  • Assessing the long-term success of Reigate Stone
    Martin Michette, Researcher, Oxford University Centre for the Environment
  • Fire protection: Installation of fire sprinkler systems to residential and mixed-use buildings
    Alan Crichton, Director, Sprinktec
  • The valuation of commercial property
    Anthony Banfield, Chartered Surveyor, Banfield Real Estate Solutions