Residential surveyors are generally well versed in the problems of Victorian construction and all surveyors know everything they think they need to know about ‘modern construction’. Generally ‘modern’ is considered to start around 1960.
The 1950s have always been a Cinderella era for British domestic building. This evening talk by John Fullerlove will deal with some of the issues that a residential surveyor will encounter when inspecting, surveying or valuing properties of the 1950s, often called 'period' properties by estate agents!
John qualified in 1967 as a chartered building surveyor and spent the next 20 years in private practice as a GP surveyor, followed by over 20 years in corporate firms, including over 10 years as surveyor training director. He is now the joint partner in a small private practice and continues to be involved in APC matters and lectures on various surveying issues.
Date/time: Wednesday, 8 November 2017, 6.30pm. Tea and biscuits available from 6.00pm.
Venue: LIttle Hay Golf Complex, Box Lane, Bovingdon, Hertfordshire HP3 0DT. 10 minutes from the M25 Jn 20.
Cost: FREE to 3CPD subscribers, APC candidates and students; £20 (inc. VAT) for non-subscribers.
To book, please contact Guy Pullen, firstname.lastname@example.org, (t) 01844 274830.
This event is organised by 3CPD Ltd, a not-for-profit organisation offering CPD events across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire and neighbouring counties for RICS members and others working in the construction and property sectors. 3CPD is run by local chartered surveyors.