Why become a Chartered Surveyor?
As a Chartered Surveyor, you have the ability to play a pivotal role in shaping the world around you and gain satisfaction from seeing your projects brought to life, improving local urban and rural areas.
We work alongside a broad range of clients, advising on everything from building landmark developments to assisting asset managers determine the right tenant mix to ensure viable and profitable schemes. No two days are the same and the role of a Surveyor is perfect for people with a passion for property who want to transform the landscape around them.
At Fenn Wright we have over 20 Chartered Surveyors and Graduate Surveyors on hand to advise owners and occupiers on a broad range of issues including:
- Valuation of commercial and residential property
- Providing Expert Witness reports
- Selling and letting domestic and non-domestic assets
- Providing building consultancy advice
As well as commercial property Surveyors, we also have Chartered Surveyors who specialise in the sale and valuation of water and leisure properties throughout the UK, farms and estates throughout East Anglia and a team of residential Surveyors who can help with home surveys!
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) have put together a guide for anyone thinking of becoming a leading professional in land, property, construction and infrastructure.