Commercial Surveys

MHA undertake a wide range of commercial surveys on many building types including industrial premises, office and institutional buildings. Our bespoke reporting format allows us to provide the client with a concise overview of the building, together with any detail required to negotiate a lower rental or sale price.

In order to provide the best possible service, we utilise both traditional access equipment such as cherry pickers and also more recently we have utilised drone technology to not only view large roof areas in real time, but also to provide the client with 4K screen shots and a video of the footage to append to the lease by way of a schedule of condition.

We often undertake Schedules of Condition on commercial premises prior to occupation in order to record current conditions of building elements and finishes in order to limit the tenant's liability with respect to on-going dilapidations. These are generally a written schedule supplemented with a digital cache of photos.

Related Projects

Continuing on our long standing relation with Panavision, their Operations Director contacted us to draw up proposals to reformat areas of their HQ building to provide more test rooms in order to cope with a big upturn in workload.

Malcolm was approached by Harris Keane who, representing their Client ALDI UK, needed an assessment of potential future dilapidations liabilities on their two distribution warehouses located on an industrial estate north of Manchester

Malcolm was appointed by Orchard & Shipman Group plc to oversee vacation of their current premises in Edinburgh and relocation into new office accommodation.

Malcolm was appointed by Panavision Europe to manage their lease ends in 5 industrial Units in Greenford, Middlesex.

Panavision Europe, a long standing client of MHA contacted us to review the condition of the existing asbestos sheet roof over 4 warehouse units which have been converted to provide HQ and Warehouse / Storage facilities for their UK and

Panavision Europe plc have required regular updates on likely dilapidations liability on their properties within the UK, in order to satisfy US accounting protocols where their parent company is based.