Volume 7 (2018-19)

Each volume of Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 7 are listed below. Further articles scheduled to be published in Volume 7 can be viewed on the 'Forthcoming content' page.

Volume 7 Number 4

  • Editorial: Roof voids: The bane of the domestic survey
    Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • Avoiding lime failures
    William Napier, Chartered Building Surveyor, Adams Napier Partnership Chartered Building Surveyors and Heritage Consultants
  • Repair, replacement and obsolescence: The dilapidations dilemma
    Paul French, Managing Director, Set Square Surveyors
  • Horton Court : A modern conservation project through the eyes of the contractor
    Chris Foster, Director and Oskar Niewadzi, Pre-Construction Manager, Corbel Conservation
  • Cavity wall tie failure
    Bernie Smith, Managing Director, Smith Building Services
  • Serving valid notices: Not as simple as it first appears
    Rob French, Equity Partner, Delva Patman Redler
  • Heritage building information modelling in heritage projects
    Stephen J. Scaysbrook, Chartered Architectural Technologist, Konstrukshon
  • The economics of heritage : Case studies on the Bedminster Gym and Miners’ Cottages projects
    Lydia Robinson, Architect and Director, Design Storey
  • Ain’t Nothin’ Goin’ On But the Rent? : Or, How do you make a loss of rent claim work? Part 1
    Richard Kay, Senior Partner, Beckett and Kay and Nicholas Taggart, Landmark Chambers
  • Fundamental principles surrounding negotiations
    Nick Davies, The Really Great Training Company

Volume 7 Number 3

  • Editorial: Identification and control of rodent pests in UK buildings
    Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • When and how can surveyors improve the uptake of property flood resilience? New evidence and case studies
    Jessica Lamond, Professor in Real Estate and Climate Risk & Co-Director of the Centre for Architecture and Built Environment Research, and Carly B. Rose, Doctoral Researcher on Flood Resilience, University of the West of England
  • Market challenges and opportunities for smart home devices and services
    Jeremy Yapp, BEAMA, Flexible Energy Systems Portfolio Manager
  • Reaching scale : The opportunity for volumetric modular techniques in the UK offsite manufacturing industry
    Michelle Hannah, Director, Cast
  • The role of Building Information Modelling in retrofitting works within the UK social housing sector
    Steve Phillips, Senior Lecturer in Construction, Property and Surveying, School of The Built Environment and Architecture, London South Bank University, and Tim Forman, Research Associate, Centre for Sustainable Development, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
  • An introduction to compulsory purchase powers for development and infrastructure schemes
    James Squier, Fellow, RICS; Consultant, Bidwells
  • The new National Planning Policy Framework and National Planning Policy Guidance: An illustration of case law influencing government policy
    Jamie Childs, Solicitor and Paul Wootton, Partner, Howes Percival
  • Negligent valuation de-constructed : What is negligence at law? What are the practicalities in helping to avoid a claim?
    Carrie de Silva, Principal Lecturer; Post-graduate Co-ordinator - Land Management, Harper Adams University
  • Monitoring of a low-energy home in New Zealand : A case study of a Christchurch superhome
    Bramantino Armiento, Gregory Chawynski, Senior Lecturer, Robyn Phipps, Professor in Construction, Leader of the Built Environment cluster, Corinne Mandin, Researcher, CSTB, and Eziaku Rasheed, Lecturer, Massey University

Volume 7 Number 2

  • Editorial: Surveying skills shortage: genuine crisis or shot in the foot?
    Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • The real meaning of building conservation
    John Edwards, Director, Edwards Hart Chartered Surveyors 
  • 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  
  • 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 
  • Daylight and density
    Simone Pagani, Senior Partner, Daylight + Solar Design, GIA 
  • Specifying visual concrete: An engineer's view
    Paul Toplis, Partner, Price & Myers 
  • Understanding fire safety requirements for high rise buildings
    Adrian Pargeter, Kingspan Insulation 
  • Party walls: Awards, appeals and a case law update
    Philip Harris, Partner, Head of Construction, Wright Hassall Solicitors 
  • Bribery Act: Essential legal compliance for property professionals
    Anthony Le, Senior Solicitor, Regulatory and Compliance Team, Greenwoods 
  • Dilapidations case update
    Emma Humphreys, Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys 

Volume 7 Number 1

  • Editorial: Cultural significance: Is it too vague a process?
    Simon McLean, University of Salford and Editor, Journal of Building Survey Appraisal & Valuation
  • Land contamination and remediation
    Mike Gennaro, Associate, Delta-Simons Environmental Consultants
  • The value of sustainability
    Andy Lewry, Principal Technical Consultant, James Fisher, Team Leader, BREEAM Existing Buildings Team, BRE Global, and Matt Holden, Economic  Consultant, BREEAM — Operations, Management & Strategic R&D, BRE Global
  • Surveying modern façades and common defects
    Tudor Pop, Director, Façade Consultancy department, CBRE Limited
  • When leases end: Some thoughts on recently reported cases
    John Beckett, Consultant, Walkers Commercial Solicitors
  • I have my reasons : Scenarios where reasoned awards are necessitated under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996
    James McAllister, Director, The Party Wall Consultancy
  • Right to light: Is there light at the end of the tunnel for property development?
    Rachel Gimson, Associate Solicitor, Property Litigation Team, Blake Morgan LLP
  • How Lacrosse and Grenfell have dramatically altered the litigation and regulatory landscape
    Philip Hayes, Member of Counsel, Victorian Bar
  • Lessons learnt from the Victorian Building Authority’s cladding audit in 2015
    Murray Smith, Director, Victorian Building Authority
  • Building regulatory reform in Australia
    Wayne Liddy, Director, Gardner Group Pty Limited, and Jeremy Turner, Australian Institute of Building Surveyors
  • An Australian perspective on product compliance and conformity for glazed façades
    Tracey Gramlick, Executive Director, CEO, Australian Window Association
  • Surveying practice involvement in providing vocational skills training for undergraduate building surveyors: The ICZ way
    Simon McLean, Programme Director BSc, Building Surveying, University of Salford