Building Surveys also known as Structural Surveys, Specific Defects Reports , Building Disputes ,
As Independent Surveyors we are frequently in the area of Hampton Wick, Hampton Court, Teddington and Richmond carrying out full structural surveys on residential and commercial properties. We particularly note the large and historic Bushy Park which is a must to visit in the area and during the London 2012 Olympics a venue for two Olympic Cycling events.
The Bushy Park is in the Teddington and Hampton area of London near to places such as Hampton Court Palace and Hampton Court Park. Bushy Park is a London Royal Park and is the second largest of the Royal Parks of London and has Sunbury to the west, Twickenham to the north, New Malden to the east and Thames Ditton to the south.
If you are purchasing a property in the Bushy Park area, please ensure that you have a building survey carried out on it. A building survey, prepared by a Chartered Building Surveyor could literally save you thousands of pounds. The survey only needs to uncover one potential problem with the property and the cost of the building survey is more than recovered.
We are an Independent Surveyors working in the Bushy Park area. 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.
Please do not hesitate to call us on free phone 0800 298 5424.
There are a number of ponds such as Waterhouse Pond, Leg-Of-Mutton Pond and Heron Pond which can be seen and enjoyed when walking through Bushy Park.
Chestnut Avenue was built just before 1700 and is approximately a mile in length and was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The chestnut Avenue which is lined with trees takes you to Hampton Court Palace and Diana's Fountain.
There is a traditional style children's playground in Bushy Park which has a sand pit, climbing frames, slides and roundabouts which is suitable for children under the age of twelve.
The Diana Fountain is located in Bushy Park near Hampton Court Palace and is a 17th Century Fountain and was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The Diana Fountain is a Grade I Listed Fountain and has been restored.
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There is an Education Room in The Pheasantry Welcome Centre where individuals can learn about the Park and there is also an information point in the Centre as well as a café, toilets and community room.
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Fishing is allowed in three of the ponds in Bushy Park when individuals are required to purchase a season ticket.
There are five Trails in Bushy Park such as The Palace Playground Trail which helps individuals learn about the history of Bushy Park. The Trails are where individuals can use a map to take them round Bushy Park enabling them to be informed when they will stop see wildlife or monuments for example.
In Bushy Park there is a Hampton open air Swimming Pool which is approximately 36 metres long . The Hampton Swimming Pool is open every day and is suitable for every individual.
As Independent Surveyors we have carried out a variety of different surveys in the Bushy Park area including Residential Building Surveys and also Commercial Surveys. If you are buying a house or business in Bushy Park area then call us for a truly independent opinion, we are not influenced by Banks, Building Societies or Estate Agents!
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Hampton Court Palace is near Bushy Park which is the famous and historic Tudor Palace developed by Cardinal Worlsey and later Henry VIII next to the baroque palace erected by William II and Mary II. As Independent Surveyors we marvel at the grandeur of this beautiful Palace and fine architecture on such a grand scale.
There is a Totem Pole in Bushy Park which is designed by Norman Tait as a symbol of the connection between Canada and Bushy Park which in the First World War housed a Canadian Camp.
The Upper Lodge Water Gardens consists of fountains, a canal and pools, which is open to the public.
There is a large Model Boating Pond which was used for sailing model boats.
Teddington Rugby Club is based in Bushy Park and dates back to approximately 1966. The Rugby Club is successful and has a mini rugby team for both boys and girls.
During the Olympics two of the Cycling Events will pass through Bushy Park where they will pass through Teddington Gate and down Chestnut Avenue and past Diana's Fountain.
Individuals in Bushy Park can have Picnics in the Park where they can enjoy the scenery and relax whilst seeing the range of Wildlife and facilities present in Bushy Park.
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In Bushy Park individuals can cycle with a companion which is part of a project where individuals have a special cycle for those who cannot cycle and they will be able to cycle with a pilot who can be a friend.
Red and Fallow Deer run through Bushy Park; Henry VIII used to hunt in Bushy Park. There are over 300 deer in Bushy Park and wildlife which can be seen through Bushy Park such as bats and many varieties of birds.
In Bushy Park individuals can play a range of sports as there are tennis courts, a bowling green, a rugby club and also a cricket club.
The Pheasantry Welcome Centre has a Café and rooms suitable for education and the community. In The Pheasantry Welcome Centre individuals can eat and sit indoors or outdoors and there is an information centre which informs individuals about Bushy Park.
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There are a range of wildlife in Bushy Park; birds include woodpeckers and owls. Bushy Park is known for its deer and there are also woodland animals such as rabbits, mice and many hedgehogs.
There are Refreshment Points in Bushy Park such as the Mini Café in the Diana Car Park which is open all year round. The Mini Café serves a range of fresh food such as sandwiches and a variety of drinks.
The Woodland Gardens is a lovely place to walk through the Tranquil Bushy Park and see the range of wildlife present in Bushy Park. The Woodland Gardens have windy paths and amazing streams which make it a perfect place to relax.
There are a range of facilities in Bushy Park such as café, toilets, playground for children and a Kiosk.
Bushy Park is open all year round and during the different months it opens and closes at different times and therefore it is best to check what time it is open before you visit.
To enter Bushy Park it is Free where individuals are able to view Diana's Fountain, the various gardens and take part in the fascinating trails.
We are independent surveyors who carry out building surveys in the Bushy Park area of London,. 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.
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 or a specific defects survey if you have a problem with dampness or cracking in your property for example.
We are also commercial building surveyors - still operating Bushy Park, London. 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.
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.
From Waterloo to Teddington/Hampton Wick/Hampton Court - 5 to 10 minute walk, entering the park through the Sandy Lane Gates.
111 Kingston - Heathrow
216 Kingston - Staines
411 Kingston - West Molsey
465 Sandy Lane - Fulwell
X26 Express service Heathrow - Croydon
R68 Hampton Court - Richmond