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A Planned Maintenance Report allows you to anticipate future building work, enabling you to budget for repairs and ensure works fit in around you and your business.

As we come out of what feels like a very long winter, occupiers and landlords across the region are being hit with no end of surprise expenditures. From roof leaks to damaged cladding, properties of all shapes and sizes have fallen victim to the elements. As we work with a number of occupiers on their planned maintenance programmes for the next 5-10 years, I’ve been increasingly aware of the need to build up our clients’

Building, extending or altering a property can be stressful, but using years of experience and heads brimming with creativity, we’ll guide you through every step of the architectural process to bring your vision to life.

We all want to live in a home we love, but sometimes we need to make improvements, adaptions and create a little extra space. Building projects begin with a want or need, maybe you’re outgrowing your family home or need some home office space, whatever it is we’ll work with you to turn your ideas into the perfect space. Building, extending or altering a property can be stressful, but using years of experience and heads

Brick houses on a residential street

We all know buying a house can be stressful, and it’s the biggest purchase we’ll make in our lives, so you need to know your time and money is being put into a sound investment. Whilst some buyers may be tempted to forego a building survey in the hope of saving some money, gaining a full understanding of your property and being made aware of any issues from a Chartered Surveyor is so important, and

Of course when purchasing a property, you need a building survey, but we also always advise our potential clients to request an example report. We don’t work from a standard template at Fourth Wall, our reports are bespoke, developed with you in mind. We believe this is what sets us apart. Our aim is to reimagine surveying, ensuring you gain the clarity needed to move forward with your property with confidence, and providing you with

adding value to your home

We’ll start with extensions. If you do have access to a chunk of savings, or home improvement finance options, an extension is a great option. We have a full guide to extensions here, as there are so many options. From single storey to double storey, side, back or wraparound, the key to consider is what the extension will add to your home. Desirable features for buyers are often multiple bedrooms, an open plan kitchen-diner, and

house buying process

After weeks spent scrolling Rightmove and Saturdays spent on house viewings, you’ve finally found a property you LOVE so it’s time to get that offer accepted and move forward with your purchase. If this is your first home or it’s just been a while since you last sold, we’ve put together a guide to the process of buying a new home to make things a little clearer for you and take some stress away. Search

Tired of outdated working practices? Is your workplace flexible, until it comes to actually being flexible? High volume of work without the rewards? Lack of transparency when it comes to salary and bonus chats? We’ve seen it all ourselves, which is why we do things a little differently around here. We’re on the hunt for a dynamic Residential Building Surveyor to join us. We’re a small team with big ambitions, and we’re on a mission

Intro // When buying a home, you should be advised by your estate agent and solicitor to get a home or building survey. We’re hoping you already have and that’s why you’re here! All our surveyors are members of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) so are qualified and experienced to conduct a thorough survey for you. RICS has done research that found home buyers are often confused by the products on offer and