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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Commercial Building Surveyor, Central London
Reference #: 20183_1619794661
Location: London
Salary: £30000 - £45000 per annum
Benefits: Travel and bonuses
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 30/04/2021

My client is a leading Global Real Estate Firm, who are seeking a Building Surveyor to join their thriving Building Consultancy team based in London. The candidate will be specialising in all aspects of Building Surveying duties, for high profile, exciting projects in and around the London area.

The candidate will be conducting RICS Homebuyer Surveys and Building Surveys for private individuals, high street banks, local/national businesses, property developers, estate agents and legal professionals.

The in-house team of professionals assist clients on a daily basis on a diverse range of property related issues such as Boundary Disputes, Party Walls, Rights of Light, Rent Reviews, Lease Renewals and Extensions, Project & Property Management matters Building Regulations and Arbitration. Additionally we provide expert witness representation / advisory services.

As a leading properry firm, my client is able to provide you with the highest level of training, having a proven track record of bringing Surveyors through their APC, and have been able to provide the perfect platform for Junior Surveyors to go from strength to strength in their careers.


  • Party Wall
  • Dilapidations
  • Building Surveys
  • Homebuyers surveys
  • Project monitoring
  • Project management
  • Schedule of conditions
  • License to Alters
  • Expert witness
  • Maintaining strong relationships with our existing clients and making sure all expectations are met
  • Liaising with new clients to bring on new work to assist with the growth of the company
  • Provide accurate and appropriately priced quotes to new and existing clients within the required timescales.
  • Be flexible and keen to work with and support our growing team
  • Tendering for and engaging with contractors


  • MRICS Chartership is desirable but not essential
  • Being up to date on building regulations and understanding the reasons behind market fluctuations
  • Working experience in a consultancy environment

For further information on this or any other related positions do not hesitate to contact Tom Howell on 07739 650 246 or

Mattinson Partnership brings together recruitment expertise with hands-on experience. Through our knowledge of the industry, we are able to provide a unique and specialist service. We respect the need for absolute confidentiality and offer every assurance that your application will be handled with the highest levels of professionalism. We actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community.

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