Volume 8 (2019-20)

Each volume of Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 8 are listed below. 

Volume 8 Number 4

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher
  • Innovative non-invasive assessment of structures
    Jon Avent, Chartered Structural Engineer, Mann Williams
  • Party Wall etc. Act 1996: How the form of project procurement impinges on the role of party wall surveyors
    James Adam, Senior Associate and Head of the Party Walls and Neighbourly Matters Service, Hollis
  • A comparative study into the performance of hot mixed and lime putty mortars with additions of metakaolin and brick dust pozzolans
    Stephen Hetherington, Senior Lecturer and Module Leader for Materials and Elizabeth Anne Laycock, Professor of Stone Conservation, Sheffield Hallam University
  • Dilapidations: Identifying the boundaries of liability
    Malcolm Hollis, Chartered Surveyor, Hollis
  • Risk in the ground: The legal aspects
    Philip Harris, Construction Lawyer, Wright Hassall
  • A Scottish perspective on interwar shopfronts
    Lindsay Lennie, Founder, Historic Shop Conservation
  • Fire: Responsibilities, obligations, risks and liabilities
    Anthony Taylor, Director of Group Health and Safety, Avison Young and Mike Appleby, Lawyer, Fisher Scoggins Waters

Volume 8 Number 3

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher
  • Meeting the challenges of structural damp diagnosis in older buildings
    David M. Kinsey, independent damp consultant
  • The smash-and-grab adjudication
    Steve Campbell, Founder, Steve Campbell Associates
  • Maintaining waterproofing continuity in watertight structures
    Richard Crossley, Technical Director, Newton Waterproofing Systems
  • Approaches to treatment for common causes of degradation in historic tiles
    Lesley Durbin, Senior Conservator, Jackfield Conservation Studio
  • A considered response to structural movement and damage to the interior of St Stephen’s Church, Westbourne Park, London W2
    J. Sinclair Johnston, Consultant, Byrne Looby
  • The language and style of ‘awards’
    Anthony Kay, Chartered Building Surveyor
  • Architectural terracotta and faïence: A historical perspective
    Alan Swale, independent researcher

Volume 8 Number 2

  • Editorial
  • The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards : Energy Performance Certificates, carrying out energy efficiency improvements and the impact on dilapidations
    Nicholas Dowding, In-House Barrister, Stephen Lemmon, Partner and Philip White, Partner, Hollis
  • Surveying traditionally constructed brickwork
    Moses Jenkins, Senior Technical Officer, Historic Environment Scotland
  • The impact of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards on dilapidations claims
    Simon Hartley, Property Litigation Partner, RadcliffesLeBrasseur
  • Remediation in fire safety: Not as straightforward as it seems
    Kizzy Augustin, Health, Safety and Environment Partner, Russell Cooke Solicitors
  • Security for adjoining owners under s.12(1) of the Party Wall etc Act: What is it really all about?
    James Lewis, Managing Director, James Lewis Surveyors
  • Live stack replacement in high-rise residential buildings
    Ed Swift, National Sales Manager — Public Sector, Polypipe Building Services
  • Going to the third surveyor under Section 10 of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996
    Steve Campbell, Steve Campbell Associates
  • Book review: The New Party Wall Casebook
    Reviewed by Mikael Rust

Volume 8 Number 1

  • Editorial
  • Comment: Terms of business and conditions of survey : The genesis activity for teaching building surveying
    Simon McLean, Proprietor, McLean Building Services
  • Papers: Traditional hot mixed lime mortars for conservation and repair
    Nigel Copsey, Research Associate, Department of Archaeology, University of York
  • Uncertainty on the Line of Junction
    Stephen Cornish, Chartered Building Surveyor, Co-founder, Woodward Chartered Surveyors
  • Tree-related risk to structures
    Dealga P. O’Callaghan, Arboricultural Consultant, Dealga’s Tree Consultancy and Giles Mercer, Arboricultural Consultant, Arbor Consultancy 
  • Appealing and challenging awards
    Nicholas Isaac, Tanfield Chambers
  • Dilapidations claims and consecutive leases: Problems and possible solutions
    Anthony Tanney and Catherine Taskis, Barristers, Falcon Chambers
  • Technology and surveying
    Stewart Little, Chief Executive, IRT Surveys
  • Ain’t Nothin’ Goin’ On But The Rent? : or, How do you make a loss of rent claim work? Part 2
    Richard Kay, Senior Partner, Beckett and Kay and Nicholas Taggart, Landmark Chambers