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. Further articles scheduled to be published in Volume 8 can be viewed on the 'Forthcoming content' page.

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