Our client was about to take a short-term lease for a large warehouse unit for a furniture retail business. His solicitor advised that it would be prudent to have completed a Schedule of Condition to append to the lease to limit his liability. Although time was short, Metcalfe Briggs completed the survey and delivered the Schedule of Condition without delay.
Before commencement of construction of a 50 storey residential complex, the contractor required a Schedule of Condition of the surrounding area to provide protection against spurious claims. We surveyed the adjacent building elevations and joinery, walls, fences, pavements, road surfaces, ironworks and street furniture to produce a record Schedule of Condition document for safekeeping.
A major refurbishment and expansion of a mezzanine level food hall was proposed. Located in the middle of the shopping centre the contractor was concerned to have a record particularly as the work on the project would be carried out during the night time. Metcalfe Briggs Surveyors undertook a detailed survey to produce a written Schedule with associated photographs of the condition of all retail unit and common area façades, the tiled floors, soffits, stairs and balconies.