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Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors

Helping commercial & residential clients across the UK with:

Surveying servicesCommercial SurveysArchitectural servicesBuilding regulation complianceLand Registry & title plansBuilding SurveysSchedules of ConditionSnagging ReportsFeasibility StudiesSpecification & TenderingBoundary DisputesExpert Witness Services

Welcome to Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors

Precision in Property, Excellence in Service

At Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors, we are your trusted partner in the world of property. With nearly five decades of experience, we’ve become synonymous with precision, integrity, and innovation. Our dedication to excellence sets us apart, and it’s at the core of everything we do.

Our Expertise in Property Services

Unlocking the Potential of Your Property.

Our comprehensive suite of services covers every aspect of surveying and architecture. From building surveys to architectural design, we offer tailored solutions for both residential and commercial properties. Whether you’re a homeowner, a property investor, or a business owner, we’re here to help you make informed decisions about your property investments.

  • Building Surveys: Helping you make informed decisions about property purchases.

  • Architectural Design: Innovative and practical designs for new builds, renovations, extensions and more.

  • Project Management: Expert project oversight to ensure your vision becomes a reality, on time and on budget.

  • Property Advice: Comprehensive advice on property matters, from valuations to planning applications.

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Surveying and Architectural Services

Surveying Services

Learn more about the different types of property survey offered by Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors by clicking the button below. Feel free to reach out directly to our team if you have any questions.

Architectural Services

Residential housing, commercial developments, alterations, improvements and conversions. Our designs range from a new front entrance to multi million pound new builds.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to questions our team frequently get asked by customers and potential clients.

To read our full list of frequently asked questions, please click here.

I am concerned that my neighbour has started building work close to my property. What should I do?2023-08-24T11:04:03+01:00

If you have not been served with a party wall notice by your neighbour then it may be that the proposed works are not notifiable under the Act, however there are occurrences where the works are notifiable but the neighbour has not served prior notice. In either case we would recommend giving us a call for further advice as the action required will vary depending on the circumstances. In the immediate term however you could ask your neighbour to cease works until confirmation has been provided by a party wall professional, and take photographs of your property to record its condition.

What is the difference between a Schedule of Dilapidations and a Schedule of Condition?2023-08-24T11:04:52+01:00

A schedule of dilapidations will only list reinstatement, repair and redecorating works that a tenant or lessee is required to make good in accordance with the repair clauses in their lease. The report will also include reasonable costs for each identified breach which will be a reflection of the landlord’s financial loss as a result of the defects.

A schedule of condition is a descriptive report which records the construction and condition of the property on any given day. The report records both good and bad condition, and does not make any reference to the tenant or lessee’s repair liabilities. A schedule of condition will usually be accompanied by a photographic record.

When do I need planning permission?2023-08-24T14:42:18+01:00

Planning consent depends upon the nature and size of extension, listed status, conservation areas etc.

We would be please to advise on the likely need for consent. Please contact us for more information.

Do I need a building contract?2023-08-24T14:40:53+01:00

No, it is not a statutory requirement to have a contract for a building project. However, we recommend that a contract is put in place for larger or complex projects as it binds both client and contractor to a clear framework for how the project is run and provides mechanisms for resolving disputes.

Real Success Stories: Case Studies

Turning Visions into Reality

Explore our portfolio of case studies, where you’ll find real success stories that demonstrate the depth and diversity of our services. Each case study is a testament to our commitment to excellence and our ability to overcome complex challenges.

Discover how we’ve transformed homes, maximised commercial properties, and made dreams come true for our clients.

Check out our latest case studies below:

Insights for Informed Decisions

Stay Informed: New Articles & Blog

Stay updated with our latest articles and blog posts. Our experts share valuable insights, industry trends, and practical tips to help you navigate the world of property. Whether you’re a property enthusiast or a seasoned investor, our blog is your source for knowledge.

Hear from our clients

Customer testimonials

Don’t just take our word for it; hear from our satisfied clients through their testimonials. Our commitment to excellence and client-centric approach have earned us their trust and praise. Their stories speak volumes about our dedication to delivering top-notch surveying and architectural services.

“Transformed our outdated home into a modern masterpiece. Their innovative design breathed new life into our living space. We couldn’t be happier!”

Sophie B. Home Renovation

“From the initial sketch to the final nail, Andrews Eades brought my dream home to life. Their architectural expertise is second to none. Thank you!”

Michael L. New Home Construction

“When it comes to project management, Andrews Eades is top-notch. They kept my project on track and within budget. Exceptional service all the way!”

David H. Property Developer

Work with Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors

Your property journey begins here

We are a firm of Chartered Surveyors established in Thame, Oxfordshire with it’s origins dating back over 40 years. We have therefore developed a strong presence in the market place built upon our reputation.​​

Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors is a practice regulated by the RICS, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Whether you have a question, need a consultation, or are ready to start your property project, we’re here to assist you every step of the way. Contact us today to discover how Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors can turn your property goals into a reality.

Your journey to precision in property begins with us.

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