Cambridge Building survey, Cambridge House survey, Property defect survey, Building disputes survey,
Cambridgeshire is located to the East of England, known as East Anglia, Cambridgeshire has borders with lots of neighbouring counties. 1st Associated surveyors carry out residential building survey and commercial building survey in all of these areas.
Parts of the County are situated in Fenland (a reclaimed marshy area of land with a network of waterways) and as you travel around the region you cannot fail to be spellbound by how far you can see across the vast flat areas of land giving rise to spectacular sunsets.
The County was mentioned in the Domesday Book under the name of Grantbridgeshire.
If you are purchasing a property in Cambridgeshire, 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.
Thousands of visitors flock to the county of Cambridgeshire, which houses one of the oldest and most famous universities in the world, dating back to the 13th Century. Here you can browse around the vast array of shops, cafes and restaurants or take a relaxing punt down the River Cam.
If you book a building survey in Cambridgeshire with 1st Associated surveyors you will find that we take great pride in the quality of our building survey and produce a very detailed building survey report, whether it be for a residential property or a commercial property. We use plain English in our building surveys to explain any problems with the property to ensure that you understand the problems and how to resolve them.
1st Associated building surveyors cover the whole of the UK including all towns and villages in Cambridgeshire for example in:
Alconbury, Blunitsham, Burwell, Brampton, Cambridge, Chatteris, Cottenham, Earith, Ely, Godmanchester, Grafham, Harford, Hemmingford Abbots, Histon, Huntingdon, Linton, Littleport, March, Milton, Peterborough, Sawston, Sawtry, Soham, Sutton, St-Ives, St-Neots, Trumpington, West Perry, Wilburton, Wisbech, Whittlesey, Wyton, Yaxley
Please also see our article on the world famous Cambridge University
We are an independent surveyor in Cambridgeshire. 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 a building surveyors that operate throughout the UK. As a building surveyors we are often asked to work on not only a building survey but also a boundary walls dispute survey, a schedule of condition survey and a specific defect survey.
We are also a commercial building surveyors - still operating Cambridgeshire, we can provide schedule of condition survey, dilapidations reports and a commercial building survey - our building surveyors have the skills and experience to save you money on your commercial building purchase.
Cambridgeshire have a broad range of property types from the stone in Cambridge to the timber frames and render buildings in the older properties. We at 1stAssociated.co.uk have experience in all these types of properties and will carry out surveys, valuations, etc for you in the Cambridgeshire area. For a no obligation chat please call us on 0800 298 5424 to discuss further. Without doubt the main attraction to the Cambridgeshire area and probably one of the main attractions in Great Britain is Cambridge university buildings and the oldie worldie city centre. Cambridgeshire has a wealth of history and charm with fascinating places to visit including Brampton, Burwell where the grassy earthwork remains of Burwell Castle can be seen today, worth a visit as you can capture an essence of the once beautiful castle, Cambourne, Cambridge is the County Town of Cambridgeshire. Steeped in history it houses one of the country's most famous universities providing some grand and beautiful architecture, Kings College Chapel being the most famous building to visit or take a relaxing punt down the River Cam, the market town of Chatteris, Cottenham, Duxford with Duxford Imperial War Museum; a great day out for all ages, Eaton Socon, Ely which has one of England's finest cathedrals, Fulbourn, Gamlingay, Girton, Godmanchester, which boasts England 's largest meadow of Portholme, Great Shelford, Haddenham, Histon, Huntingdon the birth place of Oliver Cromwell and home to Huntingdon Racecourse, Kimbolton has many Grade II listed buildings, the pretty town of Linton situated on the River Granta, Littleport, which is a large village situated in the Fens close to Mare Fen and Burnt Fen, March where you can visit The Ouse Washes nature reserve which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest jointly owned by the RSPB and the Wildlife Trust which is now the biggest area of regularly flooding washland in Britain making it one of the best places to watch swans and ducks as well as many other bird species and insects, Melbourn, Pampisford which is home to one of our favourite places Solopark, Peterborough with its shopping centres including Queensgate Shopping Centre which has over 90 retail units and visit the impressive Peterborough Cathedral, Ramsey, Sawston, which is situated on the River Cam and is the largest village in Cambridgeshire, Sawtry, situated at the edge of the Fens between Peterborough and Huntingdon, Soham, which has an annual Carnival including Heavy Horse Show and Autumn Pumpkin Fair, St Ives which has a 15th century chapel built onto the bridge with a balcony over the river, one of only 4 in England, the market town of St Neots which dates back to the 10th Century when Benedictine monks built a monastery Wansford visit the Nene Valley Railway where you can hop on a steam train including Thomas the Tank Engine, Waterbeach, Whittlesey, formerly known as Whittlesea, Wicken which is home to Wicken Fen Nature Reserve owned by the National Trust since 1899, Wisbech once a major port for wool and cotton materials, and finally Yaxley where our favourite buildings include Yaxley Manor which is a timber frame clad in brick built in 1520 and Yaxley Hall, a 16th Century Gothic building.
Contact 1stAssociated.co.uk for help and advice if you have property issues with your existing property or indeed if you require a valuation or building survey on a property you are purchasing in Cambridgeshire on 0800 298 5424 .
Whilst most of this is written from local knowledge of the area, here are some websites that we think may interest you in the Cambridgeshire area, some of which we have used for information and we would like to give them credit for this. We are only human so if there are any amendments or additions or updates we would be pleased to receive your feedback so we can keep our website as up to date as possible.
ZOOPLA.co.uk; Cambridge2000.com, Trinity College – the Wren library; British Listed buildings.co.uk; huntingdon-racecourse.co.uk ; Cam.ac.uk; localhistory.org/wishbech; Elgoods-brewery.co.uk; visitcambridgeshire.org