Lea Hough Chartered Surveyors is comprised of a team of experienced professionals with a great reputation for providing commercial property advice. With offices across Lancashire, our team offer a range of commercial property surveying services to clients in Skipton, including valuations, building surveys, and property management. Our School Building consultants are also able to work with schools in Skipton to obtain funding, oversee projects or maintain their estates on an ongoing basis.
Our team of RICS registered valuers can provide accurate valuations for a wide range of commercial properties, including offices, retail units, industrial units, and warehouses. We have extensive knowledge of the local commercial property market in Skipton and can provide expert advice on property values to help our clients make informed decisions.
Our team of building surveyors in Skipton can provide a range of services to help clients understand the condition of a commercial property. This includes building survey reports, dilapidations assessments, Schedules of Condition and specific defect reports. We can also provide advice on building regulations, planning permission, and party wall matters.
Our school building consultants have extensive knowledge in assisting schools to make the most out of their budgets for maintenance and improvement works. In particular, we have developed a specialist service to assist schools and academies with applications for funding for school building and improvement projects. This includes advising and making applications on behalf of schools for CIF, SEEF, SALIX and Urgent Capital Support funding. Our Education Team work with a number of schools in Skipton to provide specialist advice and ongoing support.
For more information or to obtain a quote in relation to any of our property services in Skipton, please get in touch with us.
Skipton is a lively and picturesque market town and civil parish in North Yorkshire. Having been named The Sunday Times best place to live in Britain in 2016, Skipton has an excellent reputation both to live and work in. With a 900-year-old castle, regular market days throughout the week and a thriving independent business community, the town is popular with day visitors and those enjoying a staycation to explore the Yorkshire Dales.