We carry out building surveys and give independent advice in the Wembley Market area of London on:

Building Surveys also known as Structural Surveys, Property Defect Reports , Building Disputes Surveys, Dilapidation Reports , Commercial Building Surveys, Schedule of Condition Surveys, Expert Witness Reports and Engineers Reports


Building surveyor Wembley Market Area in Wembley, Brent, London. HA9.


We have written this article for you to read and enjoy and to give you an insight into one of London's popular and largest markets in the London Borough of Brent, Wembley Market. Before you start to read it we would like to tell you a little about ourselves.

We are Independent Surveyors that carry out Building Surveys in London including areas such as Ealing, Harrow, Edgware and Stanmore. We also do valuations and schedules of condition on commercial properties in and around the Wembley Market area.

As Surveyors we probably pay more attention to properties around us than most people do even when we are not surveying them! We always recommend lifting your line of sight above eye level as there are some beautiful buildings to be seen and ones that most people miss as they rush about with their daily life. Surveyor tours are something that we would like to introduce. These would explain the architectural styles and details that we see when carrying out Building Surveys. We are also happy to walk a client around an area that we know as well as explaining the results of the structural survey of their house, office or shop.

A - Z of Information on Wembley Market


A: Arena Square

Between Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena is Arena Square which has a light show at night which brightens up Wembley. There are also handprints of iconic people which celebrates their wonderful achievements as well as great places to eat nearby.


B: Brent Museum

The Brent Museum contains many objects from Brent and activities which provide information about the history of Brent.


C: Connecting Wembley Stadium to the Town Centre

The White Horse Bridge is about 50 metres long which was designed by Marks Barfield and provides easy access to the Town Centre from Wembley Stadium which is near to Wembley Market.


D: Delightful Trellick Tower

The Trellick Tower is a Grade II Listed Building which contains over thirty storeys of flats which are near to Wembley Market. The Trellick Tower is around one hundred and twenty metres tall and is designed by Erno Goldfinger.


E: Ealing Road Temple

The Ealing Road Temple is open daily and is made from a mixture of stones from Jaisalmair and the outside is decorated from limestone which is from India.


F: Fountain Studios

Fountain Studios is a TV studio which has a wide range of facilities including seating for a large number of audiences.


G: Great Lexi Cinema

The Lexi Cinema is a unique cinema which is designed to give individuals a special viewing experience.



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H: Hotels

There are two great Hotels which are Wembley Plaza Hotel and the Hilton London Wembley which are near to Wembley Market.


I: Independent Surveyors

As Independent Surveyors we have carried out a variety of different surveys in the Wembley Market area including Residential Building Surveys and also Commercial Surveys. If you are buying a house or business in Wembley Market area then call us for a truly independent opinion, we are not influenced by Banks, Building Societies or Estate Agents!


Please see our surveying article on:

Are surveys better than valuations?


J: Just near to the Ace Café

The Ace Café reopened at the beginning of the 21 st century and attracts a large number of bikers in the summer it also holds events including marriage ceremonies.


K: King Edward VII Park

The King Edward VII Park is near to Wembley Market which opened in approximately 1914. The Park has many facilities such as football pitches and tennis courts and is open to the public.


L: London Designer Outlet

The London Designer Outlet contains many shops including Marks and Spencer, Guess and Nike.


M: Many Markets Near To Wembley Market

Wembley Market is near to Portobello Road Market which sells a range of products including antiques.



Please see our articles on London markets:

Petticoat Lane Market

Brick Lane Market

Camden Market

Leadenhall Market

Old Spitalfields

Portobello Market


N: Near to Wembley Market

The Tricycle Theatre has many performances throughout the year which attracts many individuals from across London and the Home Counties as well as tourists visiting the capital.


O: Olympics

The Olympic Flame passed the Wembley Arena and Stadium where Wembley Stadium was the venue for Olympic Football.


P: Popular Wembley Market

Wembley Market sells a range of products and food such as Halal food, pancakes and smoothies. Wembley Market contains over five hundred stalls and also sells a variety of clothing items.


Q: Quiet PM Gallery and House

The PM Gallery and House are near to Wembley Market which has free entry. The PM Gallery and House have Georgian style architecture which has been restored and in more recent years a public library has been added.


R: Restaurants

There are a number of restaurants which are near Wembley Market perfect to stop and enjoy after a busy day as Independent Surveyors conducting both residential and commercial structural surveys in the Wembley and surrounding area.


S: Stadium

Wembley Stadium was opened in approximately 2007 and can hold up to ninety thousand people is situated where the previous Wembley Stadium was located. The new Wembley Stadium was designed by Sir Norman Foster and Ken Shuttleworth.


T: The Carnegie Challenge Cup Final

In Wembley Stadium The Carnegie Challenge Cup Final takes place which has been held since around 1896.



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Kennington Park

Kilburn Grange Park

Hampstead Heath



U: Underground Bunker

The Churchill's Underground Bunker is over forty feet underground and holds a house with over thirty five rooms which are bomb proof. Churchill's Underground Bunker has open days for the public.


V: Visitors to Wembley Market

Visitors to Wembley Market can enjoy a wealth of local attractions in the area such as the Brent Museum, Royal Air Force Museum, The Tricycle Theatre, shopping at the market and London Designer Outlet centre as well as many other facilities.


W: Wembley Arena

The Wembley Arena opened in around 1934 and is opposite to Wembley stadium. Wembley Arena was opened by Arthur Elvin and provides over 12,000 seats which is one of the largest indoor arena's.


X: Xcellent Royal Air Force Museum

The Royal Air Force Museum has a large range of aircrafts showing the history of Aviation. The RAF Museum is open all week and contains many collections and a popular museum for school children, military and aircraft enthusiasts, tourists etc.


Y: Yearly Opening Times

Wembley Market is open on Sunday from 9am to 4pm and is held in the car park of the stadium.


Z: Zero Fee Admission

There is free entry to Wembley Market and parking.



What National Trust Places of interest are near to Wembley Market?

Osterley Park and House

Fenton House in Hampstead


National Trust attractions in other parts of London:

Carlyles House in Chelsea

Ham House and Garden in Richmond

 The Blwecoat School Gift Shop in Caxton Street, Westminister, London. SW1.


What English Heritage Places of interest are near to Wembley Market?

Chiswick House and Gardens

Kenwood House, Hampstead


English Heritage attractions in other parts of London include:

Blue Plaque at 91 Ashfield Street, Whitechapel. The founder of Tesco Sir Jack Cohen (1898 – 1979) grew up here.

Chapter House and Pyx Chamber in Westminister.

St Mary Spital Charnel House, Spitalfields

Jewel Tower, Eastminster

Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner

Apsley House, Hyde Park Corner


We hope you enjoyed our article on Wembley Market and our comments from an Independent Surveyors point of view.


Building Surveyor Wembley Market, Wembley, Brent, London. HA9.

Discover more about us and why an  INDEPENDENT BUILDING SURVEY  is so important

We survey buildings in the Wesmbley Market area of London. Our independent surveyors are experienced and qualified and produce high quality surveys including Structural surveys, Building surveys and valuations on both residential and commercial properties. We use surveyors who are experienced with old properties, many having direct hands on experience of working on listed buildings. Equally we understand newer construction, it may look the same to the untrained eye but performs very differently and we would say is built to a price not a quality standard. We also survey buildings that have been altered and extended both with and without planning permission and building regulations. We solve and deal with building disputes and can also help you with your extension and alteration design work.


We are independent surveyors who carry out building surveys in the Wembley Market area of London, HA9. We are independent of any lender or bank or mortgage company. When we are surveying a property we are working for you, not them. This means we are working towards your best interests. We want to ensure that your property investment is sound and that you are receiving value for money.


Residential Building Surveyors Wembley Market, Brent, London. HA9.

We are Independent Building Surveyors that operate throughout the UK. As building surveyors we are often asked to work on not only a Residential Building Survey but also a boundary walls Dispute Survey or a Specific Defects Survey if you have a problem with dampness or cracking in your property for example.


Commercial Building Surveyor Wembley Market, Brent, London. HA9.

We are also Commercial Building Surveyors - still operating Wembley Market, Brent, London. HA9. we can provide Schedule of Condition Survey, Property Report, Dilapidations Report and a Commercial Building Survey - our Independent Building Surveyors have the skills and experience to save you money on your commercial building purchase.


Where to get a building survey

We have a wealth of experience in providing Building Surveys to make sure you are buying the right property and providing market Valuations to ensure that you are buying the property at the right price. If you have any particular property problems we can carry out a Specific Defects Report.


Call us today on free phone 0800 298 5424 to discuss the services we offer. We are more than happy to talk about what the Building Surveys involve; these are also sometimes known as Structural Surveys or Engineers Reports.











How to get to Wembley Market, Brent, London. HA9


Wembley Park Station


Wembley Stadium

Wembley Central Railway Station


Bus routes 83, 182, 206, 223,245, 297



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