Right Surveyors, Pimlico
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Whether you’re buying a new home, on the hunt for a commercial property or want expert, tailored advice in the Pimlico area, Right Surveyors Pimlico are here for you.
Pimlico is a central London location with strong community spirit, fine stucco terraced buildings and leafy squares. It shares its more expensive neighbours’ qualities, while offering greater affordability.
The right survey by a qualified Chartered Surveyor can help you make that final decision on a property and can even drive down the purchase price, should there be defects in the property. Our local Director and building surveyor Alistair McGill MRICS offers the best building surveys and advice personalised to you, the property and the local Pimlico area.
"I have over 20 years' experience in the industry and can provide expertise in a number of key areas. As an RICS regulated Valuer, a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building and a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, I combine an in-depth knowledge of building pathology with a deep understanding of Greater London's property and its investment potential.
"Click the play button on the right to hear our brand new podcast in which I speak to John Savage about our three most popular surveys."
Building Surveys and Property Services from an experienced Local Surveyor
With building surveys to suit every property and budget and our dedicated team’s extensive knowledge of Pimlico, we can provide comprehensive, quality advice you can trust. We will help guide you all the way through your property purchase, getting to know you and the property on an individual level.
In 1825 Lord Grosvenor and his builder Thomas Cubitt began the development of Pimlico, together with the neighbouring areas of Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Belgravia. It has been described as the ‘poor man’s Belgravia’.
Pimlico’s attractive heart, with grid streets, beautiful white stucco terraces and landscaped garden squares, is protected as a conservation area. These sit alongside the estates of Churchill Gardens, Longmoore Gardens and Lillington, which are designated to conservation areas in their own right. The red brick Millbank Estate is an early example social housing, and was built on wide tree-lined streets in the Arts & Crafts style.
Due to the age of many of the buildings in Pimlico, buyers are advised to have a building survey or property inspection carried out prior to purchase.