Right Surveyors, Bow
Your Local Independent RICS Chartered Building and Property Surveyors.
Call 0203 390 3906 or Freephone 0800 880 6024
Whether you’re buying a new home, on the hunt for a commercial property or want expert, tailored advice in the Bow area, Right Surveyors Bow are here for you.
The right survey by a qualified Chartered Surveyor can help you make that final decision on a property and can even drive down the purchase price, should there be defects in the property. Our local Director and building surveyor Miles Strong MRICS offers the best building surveys and advice personalised to you, the property and the local Bow area.
"I am a specialist chartered surveyor and it's worth knowing that all surveyors are not alike! My additional knowledge of property valuation means that not only am I an expert in diagnosing building defects but can accurately value any property asset for a multitude of purposes.
Knowing all of the ins and outs of your property investment may help you negotiate the purchase price and plan your future property schedule. We can also advise on planning and extensions, as well as neighbourly disputes, boundary issues and the Party Wall Act."
Our RICS Chartered Surveyors carry out most of the property surveying services you need, whether buying new property or assessing problems in the home you already own.
Miles Strong is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a RICS Registered Valuer. He specialises in all aspects of property valuation, including matrimonial property valuation and can provide a Pre-Purchase Survey Report as well as acquisitions advise and major defects reports.
Building Surveys and Property Services from an experienced Bow Surveyor
The parish of Bow in Greater London lies within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It was formerly known by its medieval name of Stratford-atte-Bow, which referred to an arched bridge built in the 12th Century. Bow was once part of Stepney until it became an independent parish in 1719.
By tradition a ‘true Cockney’ must be born within earshot of Bow Bells, although these are not the bells of Bow Church in Bow, but those three miles away in St Mary-le-Bow. Part of the Bow Church building dates back to 1311.
Bow was a butchery centre in the 17th Century and its reliable source of animal bones made it a natural home for the manufacture of porcelain, until the factory was moved to Derby. The houses that formed China Row have now been replaced by modern buildings. The listed buildings now converted into private apartments, known as Bow Quarter, were once home to the Bryan & May factory where the ‘match girls’ strike’ took place in 1888.
Much of Bow’s council housing was improved or replaced in the lead up to the 2012 Olympic Games and Bow station serves London Underground and the Dockland Light Railway.
With building surveys to suit every property and budget and our dedicated team’s extensive knowledge of Bow, we can provide comprehensive, quality advice you can trust. We will help guide you all the way through your property purchase, getting to know you and the property on an individual level.