Volume 5 (2016-17)

Each volume of Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 5 are as follows:

Volume 5 Number 4

  • Editorial: Just a thought … but will new cloud-based technologies change the required mindset of the building surveyor?
  • Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • Ombudsman complaints: Prevention is better than cure
    John Baguley, Ombudsman Services
  • The challenges facing the architectural technologist profession
    Peter L. Caplehorn, Construction Products Association
  • Applying the repairing covenant : The what, the why and the how
    Gillian Craig, MacRoberts
  • Common defects surveyors encounter in Victorian and Edwardian properties
    Ian Rock, Zennor Consultants
  • Resilient heritage
    Sara Crofts, Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Structural building defects in relation to insurance claims
    Giles Carter, Building Validation Solutions
  • Security for expenses under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996: What? When? How?
    Mikael Rust, Security for Expenses
  • Giant hogweed: Public enemy
    Greig Adams, Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure
  • Preparing expert witness documents to support earthquake affected insurance policy holders in Christchurch, New Zealand
    Gregory Chawynski, Chawynski Csiba Consulting Engineering
  • Toward a quantitative risk analysis framework to identify non-conforming building products
    Darryl O’Brien, CQ University Australia
  • Health and safety obligations for a surveyor: Duty of care
    Anthony Taylor, GVA, and Mike Appleby, Fisher Scoggins Waters

Volume 5 Number 3

  • Editorial: The building did not read the pathology textbook
  • Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • Ombudsman complaints: Better complaints handling
    John Baguley, Ombudsman Services
  • Negotiating dilapidations claims: What is really going on?
    Alan McMillan, Burness Paull
  • Why podium deck waterproofing systems fail
    James Hockey
  • Buildings in common ownership in Scotland
    David Gibbon, Gibbon Lawson McKee Ltd
  • Business valuation: Understanding and improving the profession
    Steve Choi, RICS, and Becky Thomson, UK Valuation Professional Group
  • Developing brownfield land: Arguments for a more active local state
    Ed Turner, Aston University
  • Can universities help in bridging the skills gap in building conservation surveying?
    Simon McLean, University of Salford
  • K. Perkins v Sheffield City Council [2016]
    Peyman Ghasemi, P G Construction Consultants
  • Rights to light: An issue in transition
    Justin Mason and Stephen Meade, Capital Law
  • Evaluation of a technical survey and the renovation needs of old rural wooden houses in Estonia
    Üllar Alev and Targo Kalamees, Tallinn University of Technology

Volume 5 Number 2

  • Editorial
  • Cultural significance: Is it still valid in heritage decision making?
  • Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • Comment
  • Valuation: In search of a global standard
    Steve Williams, Executive MD, Real Capital Analytics
  • Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation – In Practice
  • Developments in Scottish law on dilapidations: Diminution valuations as a measure of the Landlord's loss
    Richard Kay, Partner, Beckett and Kay LLP
  • The effects of the marine environment on the built environment of Llandudno: Comparing the effects from coastline to inland properties
    Evan Thomas, Managing Director, Probuild (Llandudno) Ltd, UK
  • How BIM can use Big City Data
    Steve Scaysbrook, Visiting Professor, Birmingham City University
  • Efficient energy management and, in particular, the savings that can be generated from both energy procurement and energy performance management
    James Cutter, Senior Environmental Surveyor, e-First Surveyors
  • How Hong Kong is combatting climate change: The concerted effort of the HKSAR Government and the Hong Kong Green Building Council
    Cary Chan, Executive Director, Hong Kong Green Building Council
  • Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) solutions in residential renovations towards nearly zero energy districts
    David Martin, Onyx Solar Energy S.L

Volume 5 Number 1

  • Do you have that template prepared?
    Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • The Home Report in Scotland: How to meet clients’ expectations
    Keith Denholm, Director, Allied Surveyors (Scotland)   
  • The delivery and communication challenges of retrofit
    Alexandra Willey, Head of Asset Sustainability, Affinity Sutton
  • Accessible housing and the new national technical standards
    Simone West, Access and Inclusion Consultant, Atkins Global
  • Dilapidations in Scotland: A Scottish surveyor’s perspective
    Allan Robertson, Director, Allan Robertson Consulting Limited
  • RICS Property Measurement: The new standard for office buildings
    Robert Ash, Account Manager, Plowman Craven
  • Dementia and the use of the access audit: Identifying reasonable adjustment to buildings across all disabilities
    Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • CDM and the implications of a step change for small projects
    Andrew Leslie, Technical and Standards Manager, The Association for Project Safety
  • Chaturachinda v Fairholme: How special are special foundations now?
    Nick Isaac, Barrister, Tanfield Chambers
  • Restrictive covenants on land: Common examples of restrictive covenants and the challenges of dealing with them on freehold land
    Arti Patel, Solicitor, Fishers Solicitors  
  • Letters of intent: Getting them right
    Graham Sutton and Jan Rzedzian, Hay & Kilner Solicitors