Residential Commercial Our Reports

Our Beliefs

Contact us Useful Links
 
building valuations

Get a quote for a Building survey in HAMMERSMITH

and fulham

Please click on this link to get a building survey quote in Hammersmith and Fulham or have a look at the intersting facts about London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

 

Hammersmith and Fulham Area

 

 

Hammersmith and Fulham

 

If you are thinking of moving to the London Borough of Hammersmith or the Hammersmith area or visiting Hammersmith then we hope you find our view and review of the Hammersmith area interesting.

We are surveyors, so our view of Hammersmith may be a bit property biased, but would you expect us to be anything else but property biased! We carry out surveys all over London , including building surveys, structural surveys, engineers reports, of course we are happy to carry them out in Hammersmith. We have tried to put other interesting non-property facts about Hammersmith and the Hammersmith area, many of which we don't think you will find anywhere else on the Internet.

 

Advert for independent surveyors

We have independent surveyors who carry out building surveys, structural surveys and defects reports in this Hammersmith and are very experienced and will give you peace of mind for your new home or commercial property. We also deal with Schedules of Dilapidation and Schedules of Conditions and act for you whether you are the Landlord or Tenant. If you want property advice then please contact us on free phone 0800 298 5424.

 

Hammersmith, a bit of fun

If you can read these articles in the sprit they were written; that they were written for people that don't know the area. We would be more than happy to add any comments from comments from the Hammersmith area and any comments also from Hammersmith locals who feel that we've missed out any important facts, or indeed if any of the facts we have put down are not accurate.

 

Where in London is Hammersmith?

Hammersmith is considered an inner suburb to the west, with links closely to Chelsea and Fulham, in fact it wall within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and is approximately five or six miles from the centre of London.

 

A bit further afield

Hammersmith is bordered by Shepherds Bush, Willesden, Willesden Green, Cricklewood, Neasden to the north, West Kensington, Camden Town, Maida Vale, St John's Wood, Paddington, Marylebone (see our article on the Marylebone area) to the east, Fulham, Wandsworth, Wimbledon, Roehampton, Putney Heath, East Sheen, Mortlake, Barnes Common, Kew, Brentford, Gunnersbury, to the south and Chiswick to the west and has link via Hammersmith Bridge. It is also close to Ravenscourt, Battersea, Knightsbridge and Acton (please see our article on the Ealing area).

We were also surprised how close Hammersmith is to the Thames and for those that don't know Hammersmith is on the north side of the Thames .

We are having to carry out surveys, structural surveys and building surveys on all sorts of buildings all over London and we have carried out lots in Hammersmith and the Hammersmith area.

Thanks to Google Maps for this information.

 

Ways to travel in the Hammersmith area

Hammersmith is linked to Central London via the Piccadilly Line and located close to Chiswick, Kensington and Fulham. The A4, known as the Great Western Road , the A406, known as Gunnersbury Avenue and Hangers Lane , the A3220, known as Holland Road , Warwick Road and West Cross Road , and the A205, Mortlake Road , are nearby, as is the A40, the West Way , with Marylebone Road coming into London and Western Avenue going out of London .

Also nearby falls Shepherds Bush and not too far away are Kings Street and Brook Green, all of which offer good shopping, restaurants, as does Hammersmith Broadway. We also need to mention Hammersmith Bridge which links the north to the south of London and we must have a mention about the Hammersmith flyover, which is a classic traffic jam black spot.

There are train and tube stations at:

 

•  Ravenscourt Park tube station

•  Hammersmith tube station

•  Barons Court tube station

•  Chiswick Park tube station

•  Stamford Brook tube station

•  Gold Hawk Road tube station

•  Shepherds Bush Market tube station

•  Turnham Green tube station

•  Wood Lane tube station

•  White City tube station

•  West Kensington tube station

•  West Brompton railway station

•  Kensington ( Olympia ) railway station

•  South Acton railway station

•  Chiswick Park railway station.

 

We carry out property reports, home buyers reports, building surveys, engineers reports on all sorts of buildings all over London and we have carried out lots in Hammersmith and the Hammersmith area and all the above areas.

This area is also covered by the excellent Google Street View, where you can literally walk along the road.

 

Interesting facts we know about the Hammersmith area

 

Interesting fact about Hammersmith area number one

Hammersmith is known for its music and has venues that have been known by many different names over the years and are traditionally known as Hammersmith Apollo and the Shepherds Bush Empire, amongst others.

 

Interesting fact about Hammersmith area number two

It had the largest power station in Britain at Sands End.

 

Interesting fact about Hammersmith area number three

It is also the location of Fulham FC.

 

Interesting fact about Hammersmith area number four

It is known by many as the Camden Town of the west of London ,

 

Hammersmith History

We have been able to find very little on the history of the Hammersmith area, so anyone that can help us with this it would be greatly appreciated.

Hammersmith was mentioned in the Domesday Book.

More recently the London Borough of Fulham and Hammersmith was part of Middlesex before becoming part of the County of London from 1889 to 1965.

There is a mixture of residential properties in the area; everything from Victorian and Edwardian to Georgian, with some Regency too. In older housing stock we tend to recommend a building survey is carried out, as there have been some horrendous alterations over the years. We once saw the most horrible rear extension, which managed to discharge all the rainwater from it into the rear ground floor bedroom.

 

Famous people that were born, have lived, or are living in Hammersmith

It is rumoured, although we can't be certain, Sacha Baron Cohen, aka Ali G, comes from the area, as does Hugh Grant who was born in Hammersmith and went on to live in Chiswick. We have hunted and hunted round for famous people that lived in the Hammersmith area and they seem to be few and far between, so if you know of any more please contact us.

We must thank Famous People website.

 

Famous buildings we have not surveyed!

 

•  The Old Fuller's Brewery

•  Wormwood Scrubs Prison, which is a Listed building

•  Earls Court

•  The Dove - reputed to be one of London 's oldest riverside pub, Said to have been frequented by Graham Greene and Ernest Hemingway

 

Whilst William Morris was born in Walthamstow he did found the Kelmscott Press at Hammersmith and we always like to mention William Morris, as he also founded the Society of Protection of Ancient Buildings, known as SPAB, to give advice to English Heritage, National Trust and the Government in general and our experts in older and Listed properties.

Unfortunately we haven't been able to come up with any other really famous buildings in the Hammersmith area, so anyone who knows any please phone or e-mail us, we are sure we can sort out some sort of prize.

We would add that as with many areas of London it has a mass of Victorian and Georgian houses, which may up the majority of the housing stock in the area, with some newer developments for the after war building took place, replacing bomb damaged houses and some housing with 1960 post-war built houses. We are more than happy to carry out building surveys, structural surveys, engineers reports on these properties to give you a clear idea of any problems that you may be buying when you buy your new house.

 

Things to do in Hammersmith

Go out and find a good pub and book some tickets for one of the shows at the music venues, or go down the library and help us with the history section of this article!

Reference to Visit Hammersmith website; their things to do are:

 

•  Take a river walk

•  Learn about the William Morris Society

•  Visit the Museum at 7 Hammersmith Terrace, Emery Walkers House, Friend of William Morris, past arts and crafts interiors.

 

Independent Surveyors

If you truly do want an independent expert opinion from a surveyor with regard to valuations, mortgages, mortgage companies, surveys, building surveys, structural reports, engineers reports, specific defects report, structural surveys, home buyers reports or any other property matters please contact 0800 298 5424 for a surveyor to give you a call back.

 

Commercial property independent surveyors advice

If you have a commercial property, whether it is freehold or leasehold then sooner or later you may get involved with dilapidation claims. You may wish to look at our Dilapidations Website at www.DilapsHelp.com and for Disputes go to our Disputes Help site www.DisputesHelp.com .

We hope you found the article of use and if you have any experiences that you feel should be added to this article that would benefit others, or you feel that some of the information that we have put is wrong then please do not hesitate to contact us (we are only human).

The contents of the web site are for general information only and is not intended to be relied upon for specific or general decisions. Appropriate independent professional advice should be paid for before making such a decision.

All rights are reserved the contents of the web site is not to be reproduced or transmitted in any form in whole or part without the express written permission of www.1stAssociated.co.uk.

 

 

 

building valuations
Home Buyers Reports Property Surveys - why we're the best. Engineers Reports
© Copyright 1stassociated.co.uk

1stassociated-logo-for-footer IVSA-badge IVSA-putting-client-first call-us-for-footer

We have thousands of free property articles to help you - or call us freephone on 0800 298 5424

We have been working in the property industry for many years and have been
providing free property articles for over ten years. All for free and to help you with buying your next property.

House and Home Surveys and Useful Information

All you need to know about Building Surveys

Building Control, what do they do?

Designers and Architects will they save me money or will they cost me money

Enviroment, Your Building and Garden Gnomes

Estate Agents help sell houses and work for the vendors

Have a Structural Survey to protect you against structural problems

Home improvements, builder problems and ideas for you on how to solve them

How a Surveyor values a property, Chartered Surveyors and Regulated Valuers

How Chartered Engineers and Building Engineers can help you

Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas

NHBC National House Building Council

Structural Surveys and How We Can Help You

Traditional and Non-Traditional Houses and Mortgage Problems

Valuations and how much is the building worth?

Whats the difference between a Chartered Building Surveyor, Chartered Surveyor and an Independent Surveyor

Useful property problem articles by Chartered Surveyors explaining building issues to avoid

External - Helpful information on building problems on the outside of the property

Chimney issues and problems

Cracking and Movement Problems and Surveying Solutions

Flat Roof Problems, how we can solve them

Foundations and Structures and Settlement and Subsidence and Underpinning

Pitched Roofs Problems and Solutions

Roof Problems

Wall Problems

Windows and Doors and Fascias and Soffits and Wet Rot and Dry Rot and other problems

Internal - House problems we have investigated inside

All you ever need to know about floors

Asbestos in your home, what you need to know

Ceiling Cracks and Structural Problems

Condensation, Damp and Black Mould Problems

Cracking and Movement Problems and Surveying Solutions

Windows and Doors and Fascias and Soffits and Wet Rot and Dry Rot and other problems

Woodworm is it a problem or not? Is it active or not?

Services - Building help and advice on costly services

Drainage, what's underground can affect what's above ground

Heating; I just can't get my house warm enough or alternatively I just can't get my house cool enough

You can't mess around with the electric, you need an expert

 

Commercial Property Services

Building Terms Explained and Directories

Commercial Property Surveys

Commercial Structural Surveys

Leisure Facilites

Offices Large and Small

Shops and Retail

Warehouse and Industrial Buildings

Dilapidations Help and Advice What is a Dilapidations Notice?

A Beginner's Guide to Dilaps

Damp Mould and Condensation

Dampness Rising Damp Mould Black Mould Condensation

Dilapidations and Negotiations

Dilapidations Claim by a Landlord

Energy Saving what can I do?

Finance what is a Financial Adviser (We are not Financial Advisors)

Fire Risk and Help

Health and Safety Risks

Insurance how do I get the correct property insurance?

Landlords Surveying Advice

Property Investment how can I invest in property?

Property TV Reviews by an Independent Surveyor

Schedules of Condition Leasing a Commercial Property

Scotts Schedule and Section 18 Valuation

Tenants Surveying Advice

Weather how does weather affect my property?

Flooding

Rain

Snow and Ice

Strong Winds

Reviews from clients on Commercial Building Surveys

Churches and Charities, helpful reviews from our clients

Industrial Buildings and Warehouses and what our clients say about us

Offices Large and Small, reviews and feedback from our clients

Pubs, Restaurants, Hotels and other Leisure facilities we have surveyed over the years

Shops and Retail, helpful reviews from our clients

 

First Time Buyers

Buying a Leasehold or Shared Freehold Home

Buying and Selling Houses for the experienced house and home purchaser

First Time Buyers how do I go about buying my first house and home?

Improve your property knowledge with our presentations on house, homes and commercial property

Building Surveys

Building Surveying Useful Information

Dilapidations

Dilapidations Presentations in Detail

Final Year Building Surveying Exams for University Students or those that would like to know more

How old is your Building? Which era was it built in?

Party Walls

Surveyors and Design Tools

Disputes and Party Walls

Boundary Disputes

Building and Property Disputes

Party Wall Book Reviews

Party Walls Your Rights and Responsibilities

1stAssociated Surveyors Review for Structural Surveys and Building Surveys

Building Surveys, reviews and feedback from satisfied customers

Buy to let property clients, what they say about our structural surveys

Buying at auction, review of the survey

Buying bungalows and retirement properties and how our surveyors can help

Both at work / busy couples, how we can help and some 1stAssociated client reviews

Families with a young person flying the nest, reviews and feedback

First Time Buyers, what they say about us

Listed buildings, structural surveys

Older buildings, a review of buying an older house

Families with children looking for a new home, feedback and reviews

Buying a Non-Traditional Property

Residential Surveys

House and Home Surveys

Commercial Building Surveys

Commercial Surveys

1st Associated Surveyors Are Also Available in the Following Areas:

East Anglia and East

South and South East

West Country and South West

Midlands

North and North East

 

London

London Markets

London Parks

 

Wales

Areas of Britain

1stAssociated Independent Expert Property Surveyors

Specialists in Home Buyers Reports, Building Surveys and Structural Surveys and Schedules of Condition

All Surveyors are Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors qualified and RICS regulated

and are Members of the Independent Surveyors and Valuers Association

Putting the Client First

We do not accept service of documents by email or fax