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Wessex Surveyors are still open and carrying out inspections in accordance with Government guidance.

Wessex Surveyors conducts property surveys & valuations in Dorset, Somerset and Devon

Wessex Surveyors is a truly independent firm of Chartered Surveyors, with vast experience and local knowledge, which prides itself on providing a quality service in accordance with the ISVA (Independent Surveyors and Valuers Association) Charter.

Wessex Surveyors produces Home Surveys Level 2, Building Surveys Level 3, Defect Reports, Snagging Lists, Valuations, property dispute resolutions, rural land management, expert witness reports and compulsory purchase and compensation negotiations.

The majority of our clients are private individuals but we also carry out work for Aster, Hastoe, Guinness Partnership, the Forestry Commission, Trinity House, Dorset Police, the RSPB and the Salvation Army

Ian Vicary head

Ian Vicary – with over 25 years of experience – is regarded as an expert in his field.

Why choose Wessex Surveyors?

We offer:

  • Independent, impartial property advice
  • Energetic, caring and quality service
  • Reliable expertise, with over 25 years experience in property matters
  • A balanced, comprehensive opinion
  • Integrity, completely uninfluenced by any other organisation or person
  • We are able to guide clients towards reputable contractors in the area but DO NOT charge referral fees

Testimonials

A high proportion of our clients are returning customers

We recently contacted Wessex Surveyors to request a Home Survey, prior to a house purchase.  They contacted us very promptly to recommend that we should actually have a Building Survey instead, due to the age of the property (pre 1900). This we agreed to do.  An appointment was made the same week…read more

Thank you for your very full survey report which was most helpful in our decision-making. It was also particularly helpful subsequently to have a phone discussion with you about points raised in your report. Mr V, Malvern Building Survey on detached former chapel

We have used Wessex Surveyors for an ISVA HomeSurvey twice this year and both times the service has been excellent. In both cases the survey reports were emailed to us less than two weeks after our initial enquiry, along with numerous photographs. We found the reports to be very comprehensive and detailed while being…read more

Recent Case Studies
Listed Buildings

Listed Buildings

We often carry out Building Surveys on properties which are Grade II Listed as a result of their architectural and historical importance.  This Listing includes a number of obligations and…

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Management Companies – March 2018

Management Companies – March 2018

Recently our surveyor carried out a Building Survey on a Flat in an old converted Grade II Listed hospital / workhouse in Bridport.  Properties such as these usually have a…

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Is Asbestos A Problem?

Is Asbestos a Problem?

When carrying out a survey of a property built prior to 2000 we would assume that there is likely to be some asbestos content in parts of the building e.g.…

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Building Survey, Ryall, Nr Bridport

Building Survey, Ryall, nr Bridport

When visiting an 18th Century detached house in Ryall, evidence was found of an irregular, fine line crack to mortar joints of stonework between the first floor and ground floor…

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