Forthcoming content

A selection of articles and real-world case studies scheduled for Volume 12 of Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation - consisting of four 100-page issues in both print and online - includes:

  • Ground water assessment and the design of basement waterproofing
    Steve Wilson, Technical Director, The Environmental Protection Group
  • How existing façades are impacting dilapidations claims
    Tudor Pop, Head of Façade Consultancy, CBRE
  • The stonework and structural repair project at Fyvie Castle
    Annie Robertson, Chartered Surveyor, Aberdeenshire & Angus, National Trust for Scotland – North East Regional Office 
  • Valuing with rapidly rising inflation and volatile interest rates
    Christian Luft, Executive Director, Valuation Advisory EMEA Head of Retail, JLL
  • Barrier to justice? Should Part II of Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 be amended to allow any point of difference between a residential occupier and a contractor to be adjudicated rather than litigated?
    Matt Fedigan, Co-Founder & Director, Domec Professional Services
  • Saving a 15th century nave roof from structural collapse at the abbey church of St Mary and St Melor, Amesbury, Wiltshire
    Emma Mullen, Associate Architect, St Ann’s Gate Architects
  • Lime thermal plasters and energy efficiency in traditional buildings: Ancient materials combined to optimise building performance
    Niall Crosson, Group Technical Manager, Ecological Building Systems
  • MEES in the context of dilapidations
    Ian Laurie, Technical Director and Andrew Allmark, Director, Watts Group
  • How to satisfy break option conditions
    Emma Humphreys, Partner and Emma Preece, Senior Associate, Charles Russell Speechlys
  • Effecting culture change in attitudes to maintenance and repair: The Traditional Buildings Health Check Scheme in Stirling, Scotland
    Lindsay Lennie, Trust Manager, Stirling City Heritage Trust
  • Lime mortars and their use through history
    Bernie Smith, Managing Director, Smith Building Services 
  • The implications for chartered building surveyors of the Home (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018
    Andrew Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Building Surveying, ARU
  • The impact of energy policy on historic buildings: Towards a holistic decision making framework for retrofitting
    Russell Frew, Senior Design & Heritage Officer, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  • How to tackle time-related consequential loss claims
    Kate Poole, Partner, Real Estate Dispute Resolution, Eversheds Sutherland
  • Why a ‘fabric first’ approach to the energy performance adaptation of buildings can only succeed if measures are bolted onto functional buildings
    Richard Fitton, Professor of Building Performance & Energy House 2.0 Technical Director, University of Salford
  • A room with a view: The supreme court and the the law of nuisance
    Kate Andrews, Partner, Hamlins
  • Carbon reduction options for churches using oil for heating
    Dan McNaughton, Senior Building Services Engineer, Historic England
  • The repair and conservation of the Cole Island historic royal naval magazine, Canada
    Nigel Copsey, Research Associate, Department of Archaeology, University of York
  • The proposed new High Street Rental Auctions and the potential impact that these could have on the commercial property market going forwards
    Michael Duncan, Senior Associate, Burges Salmon
  • Case study of the Mews House deep retrofit project
    Bob Prewett, Director, Prewett Bizley Architects
  • The Bats in Churches Project: What building professionals need to know about working with bats in English churches
    Cathy Wallace, Communications Officer, Bats in Churches Project, Cathedral and Church Buildings Division, Church of England
  • The approach of the courts to health and safety risk and its possible implications
    Michael Appleby, Partner, and Louise Small, Specialist Risk And Safety Consultant, Fisher Scoggins Waters
  • Fire fighting in historic buildings, including compartmentation when undergoing refurbishment
    Steve Emery, Heritage Fire Consultancy
  • How traditional details and workmanship can have a dramatic improvement in weatherproofing and performance
    Kinlay Laidlaw, Director, Laidlaw Associates Building Surveying
  • Case study of the Suffolk Cottage project
    Liz Miller, Architect, Haysom Ward Miller Architects