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Home security tips for an older property

  When installing additional security in a period property, there is always a tension between making it more secure vis-à-vis […]

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5 reasons you should get a property surveyed before you commit to buy

    Buying a property, and unsure about whether to get it surveyed first?  Whether you have your eye on […]

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Why is it important to get your property surveyed before selling?

We tend to think of building surveys as something that can help buyers, but they can be a great help […]

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5 of the most common building faults found by surveyors

Want to know what the most common problems identified by building surveyors are? Then read on to find out, as […]

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Leavers award ceremony, The National Star College

Nick Bevan was honoured to be invited to present awards to students leaving the National Star College. Each of these […]

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Bevans Chartered Surveyors open a new office in Cardiff

We are very pleased to announce that we have just opened a new office in Cardiff to build on recent […]

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Double Royal Visit for Bevans

We were very pleased and proud to have been be invited to 2 Royal events on Wednesday 5th June. The […]

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UK house prices to increase by 3% in 2017

House prices in the UK will see an average increase of 3% over the course of next year as the […]

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Major consultation to help pave the way for automated cars

Drivers invited to major consultation on the use of advanced driver assistance systems and technologies for automated cars. The consultation […]

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Major new aerospace investment announced

The Prime Minister David Cameron has announced £365M funding for new aerospace research and development alongside a major collaboration with […]

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London Underground trips ‘take four times longer for disabled’

London Underground journeys take on average more than four times longer for disabled people, a report has found. Certain journeys […]

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Oxygen tower given green light in Manchester

Property Alliance Group has been given the go-ahead for a 31-storey residential tower and a street of townhouses in Manchester. […]

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Homebase to be re-branded to Bunnings

A £242m injection into transforming the Homebase brand to Bunnings is likely to shake up the DIY market, as new owner Wesfarmers […]

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Seminars tailored to suit your business needs

Bevans Chartered Surveyors hold regular informative seminars for Lawyers, Architects, Asset Managers, Landlords and many other professionals. These seminars are focused […]

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London construction costs highest in Europe

The findings from Arcadis’ annual International Construction Costs Index report show the cost of building in the capital in 2015 […]

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Bricklayer it like Beckham

How the construction industry helped inspire Sir Alex Ferguson’s young Manchester United team in 1992, including David Beckham, to become […]

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Bedsit on market at £810 a month

A bedsit in Notting Hill, which features a living area directly under a bed just 1m from the “kitchen” – […]

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What homes men and women want

A survey by OnePoll for Strutt & Parker’s Housing Futures, reveals that there is a marked split between the genders […]

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Green Belt builders get more green lights

The number of new homes approved in the green belt has more than doubled in a year, and is up […]

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Construction confidence at 9 year high

The Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index rebounded in May from a near two-year low in April. The Index rose […]

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Barratt aiming to bee better

Responding to the fact that bees are threatened in many parts of the UK, Barratt Homes, working with the British […]

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Henry Boot expects election boost

Henry Boot says the outright win for the Conservatives at the election will see a return to normal activity after […]

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The end of rogue tradesmen

A new government approved scheme has been made available to home owners which could see an end to cowboy builders […]

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Avocado bathroom suites the biggest turn-off

According to a new poll, avocado coloured bathroom suites are the feature most likely to put people off buying a […]

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Knotweed problem

The Mail on Sunday notes that many lenders will baulk at providing loans for houses that have gardens infested with […]

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Factory planning applications increase

Planned investments in land and property from manufacturing companies are continuing to grow, providing a clear sign of longer term […]

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Election uncertainty impacts construction activity

Britain’s construction industry experienced a sharp slowdown in activity last month, with output and new orders growing at their slowest […]

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Election caution weighs on homes

Demand for homes has slumped to the lowest level in a year, say agents. The National Association of Estate Agents […]

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Historic pub bulldozed by developers must be rebuilt brick by brick

Council orders developers to rebuild the Carlton Tavern in west London after it was leveled just days before it was […]

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UK economic growth slows to 0.3%

The rate of economic growth halved in the three months to the end of March, according to official figures from […]

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Homebuilding targets ‘unachievable’

A survey by Knight Frank reveals that 67% of housebuilders think that the maximum sustainable annual delivery of new homes […]

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Across China by wheelchair

A globetrotting wheelchair user on the frustrations – and surprises – of travelling across China in a wheelchair. James Ballardie […]

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