Wessex Surveyors provide a full range of property advice in Devon, including:
- Building surveys and defect analysis
- Property valuations
- Planning advice including applications, appeals, certificates of lawful development, permitted development, enforcement, change of use, etc
- Building design
- Farm and rural advice – compulsory purchase and utility negotiations, lettings, licences, sales
- Property management
Wessex Surveyors are with you every step of the way, providing impartial, honest, quality advice on building surveys, property valuations, planning and property management in Devon.
Property in Devon widely varies from compact and practical city living in Plymouth and Exeter, to large rural properties with large holdings of land. We can help you choose the right survey to suit your needs before you invest in property in Devon. Our independent advice ensures peace of mind before making a large investment in property.
The county of Devon, in the south west of England, offers a wide diversity of scenery, from the wild moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor to the craggy cliffs and sandy beaches of the coast. The county is governed locally by Devon County Council from its administrative headquarters in the city of Exeter. Devon includes part of the Jurassic Coast, a stunning part of the south coast designated a World Heritage Site because of its geological importance. It also includes the National Park of Dartmoor and part of the National Park of Exmoor, including the picturesque villages of Lynton and Lynmouth.
Devon is a popular destination for tourists, with many seaside resorts on both north and south coasts including Paignton, Torquay and Ilfracombe, and the National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor. The South West Coast Path, a popular walking route, follows the entirety of the Devon coastline.
The county’s largest town is the city of Plymouth, a major port whose economy was founded on the shipbuilding industry. It is home to a large operational naval base, HMNB Devonport, and the thriving University of Plymouth. The city lies on the A38 route from the South West to Exeter where it joins the M5.
Devon Case Studies
October 2016 – Of traditional construction, this 1950’s 2 bedroom north facing bungalow situated in the rural village of Colyford had been recently modernised and was found to be generally…
April 2016 – Ian Vicary received an instruction to act as a single expert valuer and prepare a report on the value of a two-storey detatched Grade II listed property…