Defects 101: the good, the bad and the weird

Our surveyors find many defects that range from common to exceptional, understandable to downright bizarre. These are found in all services that we offer, and can often be fixed in a cost-effective way quickly. Check out the examples below and see if you agree with our surveyors. Freddie Millar, Dublin director, found fruiting bodies on… Continue reading Defects 101: the good, the bad and the weird

The return of second-hand offices

One of the results of the pandemic will be the large amount of second-hand office space that will become available. Tenants with long-term leases will look to sub-let surplus space, and tenants will look to downsize within their existing accommodation or relocate once their leases do end. It is inevitable that rent free periods will… Continue reading The return of second-hand offices

Boundary Disputes: Richard’s 5 Self-Help Tips

Over the past four months the number of enquires and ‘free thirty minute advice’ referrals via the RICS (and more recently Ordnance Survey), has tripled from two to six per month. The source of these disputes have been between neighbours of private residencies in inner city locations (predominantly London). The majority of these neighbours have… Continue reading Boundary Disputes: Richard’s 5 Self-Help Tips

New Starter – Stacey Rowntree

We are delighted to welcome Stacey Rowntree to the Edinburgh office and Trident this month!Stacey has joined us to support the ever-busy and expanding Edinburgh team and we’re thrilled to have her. Welcome to Trident, Stacey! Learn more about Stacey below: If you were to be dropped on a desert island, what would your last… Continue reading New Starter – Stacey Rowntree

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