We specialise in Housing Health & Safety Rating System (HHSRS) assessments, Decent Homes and stock condition surveys, private sector housing reports, Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO’s) and Schedules of Work. If you have a hazard or a problem then let us help you to resolve it quickly and efficiently.
As fully independent CSRT damp, timber and mould surveyors we undertake comprehensive surveys and provide specialist property reports detailing exactly any damp, timber and mould defects found in the property, together with colour photographs, health impacts and the recommended remedial works required.
Thousands of people in the UK suffer from deafness, tinnitus and other ear conditions as a result of exposure to noise within the workplace.
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 place a duty on employers to ensure that noise exposure levels are reduced to meet the new exposure limits and a specific requirement is placed on employers to ensure health surveillance is conducted.
Council Planning Officers usually require PPG24 noise surveys, which are environmental noise assessments, at the planning application stage of a residential development; regardless of whether it’s the conversion of an existing building or a new build. PPG24, or “Planning Policy Guidance note 24” is designed to guide local authorities on the use of their planning powers to minimise the impact of noise on your proposed development.
When an individual is coming into the UK to live, then if they are from a country outside of the EEC, they have to confirm that they are moving into accommodation that is of a suitable standard, safe from serious health and safety hazards and that will not be made overcrowded by their arrival. The Entry Clearance Officer's at the Border Agency a department of the Home Office often ask for proof that the property being moved into, is suitable.
Healthyabode provides fast track immigration accommodation reports, within 24hours to aid your visa application to the UK. UK law requires all foreign nationals from outside of the EEC moving to Great britain to live, to be able to confirm that they are able to occupy a home that is of a suitable standard and will not be made overcrowded by their arrival.