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Happy Easter from Inform Surveying

Easter is hopping in soon! From everyone at Inform, we send our warmest wishes to our valued clients, contacts, and followers. Our last working day before the Easter weekend is Thursday, March 28th, but we return to business as usual on Tuesday, April 2nd. Happy Easter Everyone!      

Inform Surveying Earns Construction Line Gold Award Accreditation

Inform Surveying, a national firm of building surveyors, announced today that it has been awarded the prestigious Construction Line Gold standard accreditation. This recognition signifies Inform Surveying’s commitment to exceeding industry standards in health and safety, financial stability, environmental practices, and quality management. “We are incredibly proud to receive the Construction Line Gold Award,” said […]

Enhanced Surveying: The Power of Thermal Imaging

In the context of global carbon reduction targets and the latest MEES regulations, it’s vital that buildings must be energy-efficient and sustainable. However, it’s not always easy to accurately establish areas of heat loss. Thankfully, powerful thermal imaging technology can make a significant impact. It provides a unique insight into a property’s condition by revealing […]

Inform Surveying Joins Associate Partnership To Support The Blades

Inform Surveying is delighted to announce their three-year commitment to the associate partnership programme at Sheffield United F.C. This exciting partnership, managed by sports rights specialists Eleven Sports Media, will proudly display Inform’s branding around the ground and throughout Bramall Lane on Eleven’s StadiumTV. Sheffield-born Director Gavin Sampson said, “We’re thrilled to be supporting football […]

New Director at Inform Surveying

Ben Hudson has been promoted to Director at Inform Surveying. He joined the practice in 2021 as Associate Director, having spent most of his career at CBRE.  Ben has excelled in his time with Inform, further developing his national client base and becoming a pivotal member of the senior team and a vital linchpin between […]

New Principal Designer Role From 1 October 2023

BUILDING REGULATIONS UPDATE A new Principal Designer role related to the Building Regulations will be introduced as of 1 October 2023.  This will be mandatory for all projects where building work is undertaken, and the Building Regulations apply. The introduction of a Principal Designer (Building Regulations) role has been brought about by the introduction of […]

Inform Surveying Launches Residential Department

Inform Surveying launch residential department – Inhouse – with the lead appointment of Laura Charlesworth ARICS. Laura joins Inform to head up the new department to concentrate on RICS homebuyers, valuations and building surveys.  Laura has nine years of chartered experience working for Countrywide Surveys and locally at independent property companies.  However, her experience within […]

Steven Taylor Shortlisted as Mentor of The Year

Inform’s Steven Taylor has been shortlisted in the Mentor of the Year category for this year’s RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year Awards. Over 125 years ago, RICS Matrics (formerly the RICS Junior Organisation) was created to provide a support network for its members, enabling them to grow and influence the wider surveying profession. […]

Inform’s Latest Recruit Joins Growing Practice

Catherine Kebell joins Sheffield-based Inform Surveying for her placement year following a national recruitment drive back in January. Catherine, 20, originally from Durham, is currently studying for an honours degree in BSc Property Development and Planning at Nottingham Trent University. Catherine is hugely enthusiastic, motivated, and a great fit with Inform’s team. Catherine said, “I […]

MEES Compliance – Preparing for the Unavoidable

No doubt, if you’re a landlord, property owner, developer or tenant, you will have heard much about the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), which came into force in England and Wales on 1 April 2018.  The introduction of MEES meant that subject to a few exceptions, it became unlawful to let “substandard” domestic and non-domestic […]