We are a small independent Chartered Building Surveying practice based in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire with the capability and experience to cover all of London, Essex, Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Ely, Saffron Walden, Royston, Baldock, Stevenage, Welwyn, Hertford, Ware, Hatfield, Biggleswade, Sandy and surrounding areas.

Our clients range from individual domestic property owners to commercial plcís and local authorities.

Our reports are prepared by Chartered Building Surveyors with extensive experience in the surveying business.

Contact Details

  Website
  City Cambridge
  Postcode CB21 5LA
  Address 16 Manor Close, Little Wilbraham
  Phone Number 01223 813129
  Mobile 07789 987491

Products & Services

When you are buying a house, it is usually the biggest investment you are going to make. It makes sense to have it professionally appraised to make sure you are not buying any nasty surprises, or paying over the odds.


Many residential projects, such as loft conversions and even quite small extensions, can require the service of Party Wall notices on one or more Adjoining Owners.


We have detailed knowledge of the laws governing dilapidations and we specialise in dilapidations claims for both Tenants and Landlords. We provide professional and accurate advice with the aim of concluding negotiations promptly.


We have a design team with particular expertise in refurbishment and extension work to existing buildings. We are able to produce schemes to extend or expand your existing property, or in any way refurbish, convert or improve your property.
We provide simple or complex solutions to your project brief tailored to your requirements with in-house drawings and specifications provided.


Whether for individual properties, common parts or residential blocks.
Manor Surveyors provide full works assessments and specifications compliant with lease notices, contract tendering, and administration to ensure the best value works are achieved.

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