A Schedule of Condition Report is a detailed photographic & written record of a property’s condition. The Report will be undertaken prior to neighbouring works as a form of protection, it will identify the condition of the neighbouring property, ensuring any defects or damage attributed to the neighbouring construction works are identifiable. In some cases, you will find a Schedule of Condition Report adhered to a Lease to limit a tenant’s repairing obligations.

  • Traditional Schedule Of Condition Report

    Traditional Schedule Of Condition Report

    A Schedule of Condition report is a comprehensive inspection undertaken prior to neighbouring construction works. The Report will be held on account and referred back to in the event of damage being caused.

  • Modern Schedule Of Condition Report

    Modern Schedule Of Condition Report

    The report includes a full 360 view and record of the property areas, in close proximity to the proposed construction works. The virtual tour will be held on account and referred back to in the event of issue.

We believe that Schedule of Condition Report costs should be transparent in order to obtain a fixed cost. Please get in touch, with our Surveying team who will be happy to advise.

Schedule of Condition Report

From £300 + VAT

Schedule Of Condition Report for House

From £375 + VAT

Schedule of Condition Report 360 View

From £500 + VAT

Team Accreditations

  • qualifications

    Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

    The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors is one of the world's largest and most influential professional bodies that regulates and promotes the property surveying profession. With a Royal Charter since 1881. Within our team, we have both RICS Registered Party Wall Surveyors, Valuers and RICS Accredited Mediators.

  • qualifications

    Chartered Institute of Building

    The Chartered Institute of Building is the world's largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. With a Royal Charter since 1834 to promote the science and practice of building and construction for the benefit of society.

  • qualifications

    Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

    The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators is the world’s leading qualification and professional body for dispute avoidance and dispute management. With a Royal Charter since1979.

  • qualifications

    CABE

    Chartered Association of Building Engineers

    A Building Engineer is a competent, professionally qualified, experienced individual with a critical understanding of the interaction of buildings and people. Building Engineers collaborate to deliver better outcomes for everyone.

  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

    The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors is one of the world’s largest and most influential professional bodies that regulates and promotes the property surveying profession. With a Royal Charter since 1881. Within our team, we have both RICS Registered Party Wall Surveyors, Valuers and RICS Accredited Mediators.

    Chartered Institute of Building

    The Chartered Institute of Building is the world’s largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. With a Royal Charter since 1834 to promote the science and practice of building and construction for the benefit of society.

    Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

    The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators is the world’s leading qualification and professional body for dispute avoidance and dispute management. With a Royal Charter since1979.

    CABE

    Chartered Association of Building Engineers

    A Building Engineer is a competent, professionally qualified, experienced individual with a critical understanding of the interaction of buildings and people. Building Engineers collaborate to deliver better outcomes for everyone.

  • qualifications

    Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution

    The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) specialises in mediation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). We are an independent non-profit organisation and a registered charity.

  • qualifications

    RICS

    The independent quality assurance process of Valuer Registration, reinforces the highest professional standards. Valuer Registration is a risk monitoring and quality assurance programme which checks compliance with the RICS Red Book.

  • qualifications

    Accredited Mediators

    All Accredited Mediators included on the register will have successfully completed training with RICS or a training provider that meets the requirements of the Civil Mediation Council.

  • qualifications

    Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors

    The Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors promotes the highest standards of professional practice in this field of expertise and to expand the knowledge and study of all matters to do with party walls, to encourage the exchange of information and ideas amongst its Members.

  • Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution

    The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) specialises in mediation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). We are an independent non-profit organisation and a registered charity.

    RICS

    The independent quality assurance process of Valuer Registration, reinforces the highest professional standards. Valuer Registration is a risk monitoring and quality assurance programme which checks compliance with the RICS Red Book.

    Accredited Mediators

    All Accredited Mediators included on the register will have successfully completed training with RICS or a training provider that meets the requirements of the Civil Mediation Council.

    Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors

    The Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors promotes the highest standards of professional practice in this field of expertise and to expand the knowledge and study of all matters to do with party walls, to encourage the exchange of information and ideas amongst its Members.

FAQ

If damage is caused, Will the Schedule of Condition Report help me?

Yes. Schedule of Condition Report’s are undertaken prior to works commencing, and are vital if damage is caused as a result of the works, or proving that the damage was existing.

This will vary depending on the type of construction works taking place at the neighbouring property. Generally speaking, we inspect all areas within 3-6m of the construction works taking place. The inspection includes both external and internal areas.

We would advise allowing a minimum of 45 minutes with a maximum of 5 hours if the property is extremely large. In this time, the Surveyor inspecting will take a thorough photographic and written record of the property.

Not unless this is agreed. A post-work inspection will only be undertaken if we are requested to do so, at instruction stage.