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ITEM LOCATION/
ELEMENT
LEASE
COVENANT
BREACH OF
REPAIRING
COVENANT
REMEDIAL
WORKS REQUIRED
LANDLORD'S
COST (£)
TENANT'S
COMMENTS
TENANT'S
COST (£)
2.0 SCHEDULE OF DILAPIDATIONS
  External
Areas
           
2.1 Rear elevation            
2.1.1 Rear brickwork elevations 3.5 Brickwork is lightly soiled and stained at low level with some minor repointing required. Allow to clean down brickwork and repoint/repair brick elevations. 440   85
2.1.2 Loading area and hardstanding 3.5 Concrete surface loading area is soiled Thoroughly clean hardstanding area and remove all vegetation. 140   120
2.1.3 Warehouse doors 3.5.2 Doors are soiled. Clean down internal and external face of doors and thoroughly prepare. 860   75
2.1.4 Bollards to parking area. 3.5.2 Decorations to bollards are in poor condition. Allow to redecorate bollards. 220   85
2.1.5 Warehouse up and over door 3.5 2 no. panel damaged to door system. Allow to replace 1 no. panel to match existing door. 1,360   440
2.2 Front elevation            
2.2.1 Low level brickwork 3.5 Brickwork is lightly soiled and stained at low level. Clean down brickwork. 320   32
2.2.2 Alarm box 3.6 Tenant installed alarm box. Strip out alarm box and make good fixing holes with suitable rubber grommets. 140   20
2.2.3 Window frames to front elevation 3.5 Windows frames generally discoloured and decorations and framing. Allow to completely redecorate windows internally and externally and thoroughly clean windows and frames and glass on completion. 4,400 Specialist paintwork 525
2.2.4 Signage 3.5 Tenant installed signage. Remove all tenant's signage and make good fixing holes with suitable rubber grommets. 240   65
2.2.5 Front entrance doors 3.5 Heavy staining and deterioration of decoration to doors. Thoroughly clean down frame and glazing and redecorate on completion. 320 Specialist Paintwork 320
2.2.6 Metal framed canopies to front elevation 3.5 Canopies generally stained and soiled and decorations in poor condition. Allow to clean down canopies and redecorate framework on completion. 720   220
  INTERNAL AREAS            
3.0 Warehouse            
3.0.1 Metal roof trusses and columns 3.5 Metal roof trusses and columns require redecoration. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate metal roof trusses throughout warehouse area. 3,920 Prerpare, prime undercoat and gloss incl Lift Hire 1,050
3.0.2 Lights 3.5 Fluorescent light fittings throughout warehouse are generally heavily soiled. Clean down all fluorescent lighting and ensure all fluorescent tubes are left working. 9 no. fittings not operational. 600 Remove all fauly & supply and fit new fittings - to balance lighting levels over the whole floor area 545
3.0.3 Tenant's installations 3.6 Tenant installed equipment, cages and shelves to be removed from warehouse area. Strip out tenant installation and make good all damaged surfaces. 12,400 Strip & make good all damaged services 3,500
3.0.4 Perimeter wall 3.5

Decorations to perimeter walls are generally soiled and tired.

Allow to redecorate all perimeter walls, allow for all making good and preparation. 5,820   3,265
3.0.5 Tenant installation 3.6 Tenant installed electric conduit and power supplies installed to warehouse perimeter walls. Strip out all tenant installations and make good fixing holes. 2,800   420
3.0.6 Floor slab 3.5 Warehouse floor slab is heavily soiled and scuffed. Thoroughly clean and redecorate floor slab. Allow to renew all mastic movement joints. 16,960 Clean only & make good movement joints - extent to be agreed with Surveyor based on original defects 3,000
3.0.7 Electrical installations 3.5 Tenant alterations to the original mains electrical installation. Upon removal of tenant installed fittings and wiring, carry out full periodic inspection and testing in accordance with BS: 7671 2001. Undertake all necessary works to ensure satisfactory compliance. Correctly label all wires and distribution board, fit engraved Traffolyte labels to all devices clearly identifying their function. 6,000 Remove dead circuits Test and repair as Schedule of wants. Provide Cerificate on completion 2,000
3.0.8 Doors from warehouse 3.5 4 no. fire exit doors in poor decorative order. Thoroughly clean down doors and redecorate on completion. Ensure doors are in working order including replacing/overhauling all door furniture. 320 Furniture & ease and adjust as necessary Redecoration 460
3.0.9 Fire alarm installation 3.6 Tenant alterations to fire alarm and lighting. Ensure system is left in full working order. Allow to clean down break glass call points, alarm sounders and detectors which are retained. 800 Test & repair as necessary. Provide Certificate on completion 200
3.0.10 Warehouse office 3.5 Warehouse office decorations worn and tired. Allow to redecorate walls, floors and ceilings to offices. Allow for all necessary making good and removal of carpets etc… 3,000 Remove carpet etc Clean, prepare and paint all surfaces 420
3.1 Ground floor WCs within warehouse area            
3.1.1 Plaster ceiling 3.5 Ceiling decorations generally soiled. Allow to completely clean and redecorate ceilings throughout WC areas. 220   325
3.1.2 Wall decorations 3.5 Wall decorations generally heavily soiled. Allow to completely redecorate walls to WC area. 636   636
3.1.3 Doors, skirtings and architraves 3.5 Decorations to skirtings, doors and architraves are generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, architraves and doors. Allow to overhaul/replace door furniture. 1,280   385
3.1.4 Decorations to pipework   Decorations to pipework etc are soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate radiators and pipework throughout. 180   120
3.1.5 Sanitary fixtures and fittings 3.5 Heavy limescale build up and heavy soiling to sanitary fixtures and fittings generally. Allow to industrially clean all sanitary fixtures and fittings throughout. Should fittings not be able to be cleaned to an acceptable standard, then replacement will be required. 2,400 Clean only 220
3.1.6 Lighting to WCs 3.5 2 no. missing diffusers and 2 no. defective lights. Allow to replace missing diffusers and repair defective lighting. 80   80
3.1.7 Flooring 3.5 Vinyl flooring generally worn and tired within WC areas. Allow to replace vinyl flooring to WC areas, allow to include lobbies etc.. 680 2 No. Male Toilets 840
3.1.8 Fracturing to walls and floors 3.5 Investigate fracturing to walls and floors. Allow to carry out investigation to floors and walls. Allow for all necessary repairs prior to redecoration. 3,500 Original condition & Quality of concrete flooring to dicatate extent of repairs. Provisional Sum 2,500
3.2 Kitchenette            
3.2.1 Plaster ceiling 3.5 Ceiling decorations generally soiled. Allow to completely clean and redecorate ceiling to kitchen areas. 84 Redecoration to 3.2.1 to 3.2.4 380
3.2.2 Wall decorations 3.5 Wall decorations generally heavily soiled. Allow to completely redecorate walls to kitchen areas. 210 Above  
3.2.3 Doors, skirting and architraves 3.5 Decorations to skirtings, doors and architraves are generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, architraves and doors. Allow to overhaul/replace door 80 Above. Service replace Furniture 140
3.2.4 Decorations to pipework 3.5 Decorations to pipework etc are soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate radiators and pipework throughout. 46 Above  
3.2.5 Lighting to kitchen 3.5 Lighting requires overhauling and diffusers cleaned. Allow to overhaul lighting. 110   80
3.2.6 Flooring 3.5 Vinyl flooring generally worn and tired within kitchen area. Allow to replace vinyl flooring to kitchen area. 220   360
3.2.7 Kitchen sink and units 3.6 Sink generally soiled and unit doors and ironmongery tiered. Clean sink unit and replace doors and ironmongery. 410 Clean and service the units 60
3.3 Lobbies to ground floor entrance and Ground Floor office space            
3.3.1 Plastered ceilings (including staircase) 3.5 Plastered ceilings generally soiled. Allow to repair and carry out complete redecoration to all ceilings and soffits. 960   825
3.3.2 Plastered wall coverings 3.5 Decorations to walls are generally soiled. Allow to carry out complete redecoration to all finishes. Allow to repair all blown plaster prior to redecoration. 2,120   960
3.3.3 Timberwork 3.5 Timber decorations are generally soiled including all doors leading off lobbies to WC offices and warehouse. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, doors, architraves and door fascias. 10 no. doors in total. 1,520   850
3.3.4 Doors 3.5 Fire doors leading from main lobby. Allow to overhaul and repair doors as necessary including ironmongery. 5 no. doors. 450 Repair/renew
furniture
250
3.3.5 Staircase 3.5 Decoration to timberwork and metalwork generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate. 284 Two staircases 560
3.3.6 Floor covering 3.5 Carpet floor coverings to office, staircases and lobbies are generally soiled and worn. Take up carpet floor covering to office, lobbies, staircases and replace. 720 Unit 19 only. Carry out deep clean for Surveyor's inspection 720
3.3.7 Radiators 3.5 Radiators and paintwork are generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate radiators and pipework. 220   120
3.3.8 Intruder alarm 3.6 Tenant installed intruder alarm Strip out tenant installed tenant intruder alarm including all alarms bells, key pads, cables and sensors and make good all fixing holes on completion. 360   140
3.3.9 Lighting 3.5 Lighting requires overhauling and diffusers cleaned. Allow to overhaul lighting. 110   110
3.3.10 Cleaner's cupboard. 3.5 Decorations generally soiled. Allow to prepare and redecorate cleaner's cupboard. 240   80
3.3.11 Stair nosing 3.5 Damaged stair nosing Replace 26no. Stair nosing to match existing. 258   110
3.3.12 Tenants alterations 3.6 Tenant installed security lobby Remove tenant installed security lobby, including doors, partitions, door closers and entrance system. Allow to make good on completion. 250 Removal only. Redecoration above 50
3.4 Ground floor male and female WCs            
3.4.1 Ceiling 3.5 Plaster ceiling lightly soiled. Repair and redecorate ceiling. 320   85
3.4.2 Plastered walls 3.5 Plastered walls soiled and minor damage. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate. Allow to repair fracture to walls prior to redecoration. 680   220
3.4.3 Decorations 3.5 Decorations to timber skirting radiators and pipework are soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, radiators and pipework. 400   100
3.4.4 Sanitaryware 3.5 Sanitaryware is generally soiled. Thoroughly industrially clean all sanitaryware. 160 Included above  
3.4.5 Vinyl floor covering 3.5 Vinyl floor covering is soiled. Allow to industrially clean vinyl floor tiles throughout. Allow to repair damaged tiles to match existing. 360 Clean & replace all damaged tiles to match as near as possible 450
3.5 First floor offices            
3.5.1 Ceilings 3.5 Suspended ceiling generally soiled and a number of tiles punctured and damaged. Allow to thoroughly clean down grid and replace all missing and damaged panels. 800 Metal Cover plates to existing holes with electrical plates Clean etc 500
3.5.2 Lighting 3.5 Fluorescent lighting throughout office areas. 3 no. missing tubes from fluorescent lights. Allow to replace 3 no. missing tubes. 36 Replace 3 No. fittings. Replace damaged tiles 180
3.5.3 Walls 3.5 Plaster decorated walls generally soiled and minor damage in isolated locations. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate walls. Allow to repair all fractures to walls prior to redecoration. 1,080 Damage adjacent to windows - existing design defects prior to occupation - to be agreed with Surveyor 500
3.5.4 Steel panel radiators 3.5 Radiators are lightly soiled. Make good and thoroughly prepare and redecorate panels and pipework on completion. 360   150
3.5.5 Tenant installed partitioning 3.6 Tenant installed demountable partitioning forming cellular office space. Strip out partitioning and make good fixing holes. 900 Includes Cart away from site with other debris including patching carpet 250
3.5.6 Carpet floor covering 3.5 Carpet floor covering is worn in areas. Strip up floor coverings and replace with quality to match existing. 4,600 Deep clean all areas for Surveyor's inspection 1,000
3.5.7 Timber skirting 3.5 Timber skirting decorations are generally soiled and where cables have been attached fixing holes are present. Make good fixing holes and thoroughly prepare and redecorate. 420   120
3.5.8 Telecommunic ations and data cabling 3.6 Tenant installed telecommunications and computer cabling. Strip all tenant installed data, telecomms and other wiring from all floors, walls, risers, conduits and ceiling voids. Remove all voice and data outlets and cabling throughout. Take down and remove all telephone exchanges and distribution cabling to offices and risers. Ensure landlord's power and lighting cabling is left intact. Replace all missing trunking covers following this. Remove all tenant installed surface fixed conduits, junction boxes, socket points, outlets and other associated fixings. Make good all surfaces disturbed. 2,400   750
3.5.9 Small power 3.5 Light switches installed are generally soiled. Thoroughly clean on completion. 40 Replace if necessary 120
3.5.10 Doors and architraves 3.5 Doors and architraves are lightly soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate doors and architraves. 480   170
3.5.11 Door keys 3.6 Door keys are not present in doors. Supply landlord with door keys.   Tenant has all keys  
3.5.12 Light fittings 3.5 3 no. missing fluorescent tubes. Replace missing fluorescent tubes. 195 Repeated item  
3.5.13 Window Boards 3.5 Decorations in poor condition. Allow to prepare and redecorate timber window boards. 416   240
3.5.14 Doors 3.5 Damaged doors and ironmongery. Repair doors and replace ironmongery as necessary. 800   320
3.6 General items            
3.6.1 Fire alarm 3.23 No evidence of maintenance of fire alarm system. Inspect and test fire alarm system in accordance with BS: 5839. Provide test certificate, undertake all necessary works to ensure satisfactory compliance. 2,000   220
3.6.2 Asbestos containing material 3.23 Asbestos containing material. There is no asbestos register on site, in breach of CAWR 2002. Obtain an up to date asbestos register with results of all sample testing and asbestos surveys. Carry out all appropriate remedial works in accordance with regulations and update asbestos management policy.      
3.6.3 Windows 3.5 Windows are soiled. Clean all windows      
3.6.4 Access 3.5 Scaffold/powered access, fall restraint required to undertake works. Compartmentation

Provide all necessary access to suitably undertake works.

Block up doors between Units

    600
        Total 113,105   36,308

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Dilapidations Scott Schedule

Dilapidations Scott Schedule Table
ITEM LOCATION/
ELEMENT
LEASE
COVENANT
BREACH OF
REPAIRING
COVENANT
REMEDIAL
WORKS REQUIRED
LANDLORD'S
COST (£)
TENANT'S
COMMENTS
TENANT'S
COST (£)
2.0 SCHEDULE OF DILAPIDATIONS
  External
Areas
           
2.1 Rear elevation            
2.1.1 Rear brickwork elevations 3.5 Brickwork is lightly soiled and stained at low level with some minor repointing required. Allow to clean down brickwork and repoint/repair brick elevations. 440   85
2.1.2 Loading area and hardstanding 3.5 Concrete surface loading area is soiled Thoroughly clean hardstanding area and remove all vegetation. 140   120
2.1.3 Warehouse doors 3.5.2 Doors are soiled. Clean down internal and external face of doors and thoroughly prepare. 860   75
2.1.4 Bollards to parking area. 3.5.2 Decorations to bollards are in poor condition. Allow to redecorate bollards. 220   85
2.1.5 Warehouse up and over door 3.5 2 no. panel damaged to door system. Allow to replace 1 no. panel to match existing door. 1,360   440
2.2 Front elevation            
2.2.1 Low level brickwork 3.5 Brickwork is lightly soiled and stained at low level. Clean down brickwork. 320   32
2.2.2 Alarm box 3.6 Tenant installed alarm box. Strip out alarm box and make good fixing holes with suitable rubber grommets. 140   20
2.2.3 Window frames to front elevation 3.5 Windows frames generally discoloured and decorations and framing. Allow to completely redecorate windows internally and externally and thoroughly clean windows and frames and glass on completion. 4,400 Specialist paintwork 525
2.2.4 Signage 3.5 Tenant installed signage. Remove all tenant's signage and make good fixing holes with suitable rubber grommets. 240   65
2.2.5 Front entrance doors 3.5 Heavy staining and deterioration of decoration to doors. Thoroughly clean down frame and glazing and redecorate on completion. 320 Specialist Paintwork 320
2.2.6 Metal framed canopies to front elevation 3.5 Canopies generally stained and soiled and decorations in poor condition. Allow to clean down canopies and redecorate framework on completion. 720   220
  INTERNAL AREAS            
3.0 Warehouse            
3.0.1 Metal roof trusses and columns 3.5 Metal roof trusses and columns require redecoration. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate metal roof trusses throughout warehouse area. 3,920 Prerpare, prime undercoat and gloss incl Lift Hire 1,050
3.0.2 Lights 3.5 Fluorescent light fittings throughout warehouse are generally heavily soiled. Clean down all fluorescent lighting and ensure all fluorescent tubes are left working. 9 no. fittings not operational. 600 Remove all fauly & supply and fit new fittings - to balance lighting levels over the whole floor area 545
3.0.3 Tenant's installations 3.6 Tenant installed equipment, cages and shelves to be removed from warehouse area. Strip out tenant installation and make good all damaged surfaces. 12,400 Strip & make good all damaged services 3,500
3.0.4 Perimeter wall 3.5

Decorations to perimeter walls are generally soiled and tired.

Allow to redecorate all perimeter walls, allow for all making good and preparation. 5,820   3,265
3.0.5 Tenant installation 3.6 Tenant installed electric conduit and power supplies installed to warehouse perimeter walls. Strip out all tenant installations and make good fixing holes. 2,800   420
3.0.6 Floor slab 3.5 Warehouse floor slab is heavily soiled and scuffed. Thoroughly clean and redecorate floor slab. Allow to renew all mastic movement joints. 16,960 Clean only & make good movement joints - extent to be agreed with Surveyor based on original defects 3,000
3.0.7 Electrical installations 3.5 Tenant alterations to the original mains electrical installation. Upon removal of tenant installed fittings and wiring, carry out full periodic inspection and testing in accordance with BS: 7671 2001. Undertake all necessary works to ensure satisfactory compliance. Correctly label all wires and distribution board, fit engraved Traffolyte labels to all devices clearly identifying their function. 6,000 Remove dead circuits Test and repair as Schedule of wants. Provide Cerificate on completion 2,000
3.0.8 Doors from warehouse 3.5 4 no. fire exit doors in poor decorative order. Thoroughly clean down doors and redecorate on completion. Ensure doors are in working order including replacing/overhauling all door furniture. 320 Furniture & ease and adjust as necessary Redecoration 460
3.0.9 Fire alarm installation 3.6 Tenant alterations to fire alarm and lighting. Ensure system is left in full working order. Allow to clean down break glass call points, alarm sounders and detectors which are retained. 800 Test & repair as necessary. Provide Certificate on completion 200
3.0.10 Warehouse office 3.5 Warehouse office decorations worn and tired. Allow to redecorate walls, floors and ceilings to offices. Allow for all necessary making good and removal of carpets etc… 3,000 Remove carpet etc Clean, prepare and paint all surfaces 420
3.1 Ground floor WCs within warehouse area            
3.1.1 Plaster ceiling 3.5 Ceiling decorations generally soiled. Allow to completely clean and redecorate ceilings throughout WC areas. 220   325
3.1.2 Wall decorations 3.5 Wall decorations generally heavily soiled. Allow to completely redecorate walls to WC area. 636   636
3.1.3 Doors, skirtings and architraves 3.5 Decorations to skirtings, doors and architraves are generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, architraves and doors. Allow to overhaul/replace door furniture. 1,280   385
3.1.4 Decorations to pipework   Decorations to pipework etc are soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate radiators and pipework throughout. 180   120
3.1.5 Sanitary fixtures and fittings 3.5 Heavy limescale build up and heavy soiling to sanitary fixtures and fittings generally. Allow to industrially clean all sanitary fixtures and fittings throughout. Should fittings not be able to be cleaned to an acceptable standard, then replacement will be required. 2,400 Clean only 220
3.1.6 Lighting to WCs 3.5 2 no. missing diffusers and 2 no. defective lights. Allow to replace missing diffusers and repair defective lighting. 80   80
3.1.7 Flooring 3.5 Vinyl flooring generally worn and tired within WC areas. Allow to replace vinyl flooring to WC areas, allow to include lobbies etc.. 680 2 No. Male Toilets 840
3.1.8 Fracturing to walls and floors 3.5 Investigate fracturing to walls and floors. Allow to carry out investigation to floors and walls. Allow for all necessary repairs prior to redecoration. 3,500 Original condition & Quality of concrete flooring to dicatate extent of repairs. Provisional Sum 2,500
3.2 Kitchenette            
3.2.1 Plaster ceiling 3.5 Ceiling decorations generally soiled. Allow to completely clean and redecorate ceiling to kitchen areas. 84 Redecoration to 3.2.1 to 3.2.4 380
3.2.2 Wall decorations 3.5 Wall decorations generally heavily soiled. Allow to completely redecorate walls to kitchen areas. 210 Above  
3.2.3 Doors, skirting and architraves 3.5 Decorations to skirtings, doors and architraves are generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, architraves and doors. Allow to overhaul/replace door 80 Above. Service replace Furniture 140
3.2.4 Decorations to pipework 3.5 Decorations to pipework etc are soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate radiators and pipework throughout. 46 Above  
3.2.5 Lighting to kitchen 3.5 Lighting requires overhauling and diffusers cleaned. Allow to overhaul lighting. 110   80
3.2.6 Flooring 3.5 Vinyl flooring generally worn and tired within kitchen area. Allow to replace vinyl flooring to kitchen area. 220   360
3.2.7 Kitchen sink and units 3.6 Sink generally soiled and unit doors and ironmongery tiered. Clean sink unit and replace doors and ironmongery. 410 Clean and service the units 60
3.3 Lobbies to ground floor entrance and Ground Floor office space            
3.3.1 Plastered ceilings (including staircase) 3.5 Plastered ceilings generally soiled. Allow to repair and carry out complete redecoration to all ceilings and soffits. 960   825
3.3.2 Plastered wall coverings 3.5 Decorations to walls are generally soiled. Allow to carry out complete redecoration to all finishes. Allow to repair all blown plaster prior to redecoration. 2,120   960
3.3.3 Timberwork 3.5 Timber decorations are generally soiled including all doors leading off lobbies to WC offices and warehouse. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, doors, architraves and door fascias. 10 no. doors in total. 1,520   850
3.3.4 Doors 3.5 Fire doors leading from main lobby. Allow to overhaul and repair doors as necessary including ironmongery. 5 no. doors. 450 Repair/renew
furniture
250
3.3.5 Staircase 3.5 Decoration to timberwork and metalwork generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate. 284 Two staircases 560
3.3.6 Floor covering 3.5 Carpet floor coverings to office, staircases and lobbies are generally soiled and worn. Take up carpet floor covering to office, lobbies, staircases and replace. 720 Unit 19 only. Carry out deep clean for Surveyor's inspection 720
3.3.7 Radiators 3.5 Radiators and paintwork are generally soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate radiators and pipework. 220   120
3.3.8 Intruder alarm 3.6 Tenant installed intruder alarm Strip out tenant installed tenant intruder alarm including all alarms bells, key pads, cables and sensors and make good all fixing holes on completion. 360   140
3.3.9 Lighting 3.5 Lighting requires overhauling and diffusers cleaned. Allow to overhaul lighting. 110   110
3.3.10 Cleaner's cupboard. 3.5 Decorations generally soiled. Allow to prepare and redecorate cleaner's cupboard. 240   80
3.3.11 Stair nosing 3.5 Damaged stair nosing Replace 26no. Stair nosing to match existing. 258   110
3.3.12 Tenants alterations 3.6 Tenant installed security lobby Remove tenant installed security lobby, including doors, partitions, door closers and entrance system. Allow to make good on completion. 250 Removal only. Redecoration above 50
3.4 Ground floor male and female WCs            
3.4.1 Ceiling 3.5 Plaster ceiling lightly soiled. Repair and redecorate ceiling. 320   85
3.4.2 Plastered walls 3.5 Plastered walls soiled and minor damage. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate. Allow to repair fracture to walls prior to redecoration. 680   220
3.4.3 Decorations 3.5 Decorations to timber skirting radiators and pipework are soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate timber skirtings, radiators and pipework. 400   100
3.4.4 Sanitaryware 3.5 Sanitaryware is generally soiled. Thoroughly industrially clean all sanitaryware. 160 Included above  
3.4.5 Vinyl floor covering 3.5 Vinyl floor covering is soiled. Allow to industrially clean vinyl floor tiles throughout. Allow to repair damaged tiles to match existing. 360 Clean & replace all damaged tiles to match as near as possible 450
3.5 First floor offices            
3.5.1 Ceilings 3.5 Suspended ceiling generally soiled and a number of tiles punctured and damaged. Allow to thoroughly clean down grid and replace all missing and damaged panels. 800 Metal Cover plates to existing holes with electrical plates Clean etc 500
3.5.2 Lighting 3.5 Fluorescent lighting throughout office areas. 3 no. missing tubes from fluorescent lights. Allow to replace 3 no. missing tubes. 36 Replace 3 No. fittings. Replace damaged tiles 180
3.5.3 Walls 3.5 Plaster decorated walls generally soiled and minor damage in isolated locations. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate walls. Allow to repair all fractures to walls prior to redecoration. 1,080 Damage adjacent to windows - existing design defects prior to occupation - to be agreed with Surveyor 500
3.5.4 Steel panel radiators 3.5 Radiators are lightly soiled. Make good and thoroughly prepare and redecorate panels and pipework on completion. 360   150
3.5.5 Tenant installed partitioning 3.6 Tenant installed demountable partitioning forming cellular office space. Strip out partitioning and make good fixing holes. 900 Includes Cart away from site with other debris including patching carpet 250
3.5.6 Carpet floor covering 3.5 Carpet floor covering is worn in areas. Strip up floor coverings and replace with quality to match existing. 4,600 Deep clean all areas for Surveyor's inspection 1,000
3.5.7 Timber skirting 3.5 Timber skirting decorations are generally soiled and where cables have been attached fixing holes are present. Make good fixing holes and thoroughly prepare and redecorate. 420   120
3.5.8 Telecommunic ations and data cabling 3.6 Tenant installed telecommunications and computer cabling. Strip all tenant installed data, telecomms and other wiring from all floors, walls, risers, conduits and ceiling voids. Remove all voice and data outlets and cabling throughout. Take down and remove all telephone exchanges and distribution cabling to offices and risers. Ensure landlord's power and lighting cabling is left intact. Replace all missing trunking covers following this. Remove all tenant installed surface fixed conduits, junction boxes, socket points, outlets and other associated fixings. Make good all surfaces disturbed. 2,400   750
3.5.9 Small power 3.5 Light switches installed are generally soiled. Thoroughly clean on completion. 40 Replace if necessary 120
3.5.10 Doors and architraves 3.5 Doors and architraves are lightly soiled. Thoroughly prepare and redecorate doors and architraves. 480   170
3.5.11 Door keys 3.6 Door keys are not present in doors. Supply landlord with door keys.   Tenant has all keys  
3.5.12 Light fittings 3.5 3 no. missing fluorescent tubes. Replace missing fluorescent tubes. 195 Repeated item  
3.5.13 Window Boards 3.5 Decorations in poor condition. Allow to prepare and redecorate timber window boards. 416   240
3.5.14 Doors 3.5 Damaged doors and ironmongery. Repair doors and replace ironmongery as necessary. 800   320
3.6 General items            
3.6.1 Fire alarm 3.23 No evidence of maintenance of fire alarm system. Inspect and test fire alarm system in accordance with BS: 5839. Provide test certificate, undertake all necessary works to ensure satisfactory compliance. 2,000   220
3.6.2 Asbestos containing material 3.23 Asbestos containing material. There is no asbestos register on site, in breach of CAWR 2002. Obtain an up to date asbestos register with results of all sample testing and asbestos surveys. Carry out all appropriate remedial works in accordance with regulations and update asbestos management policy.      
3.6.3 Windows 3.5 Windows are soiled. Clean all windows      
3.6.4 Access 3.5 Scaffold/powered access, fall restraint required to undertake works. Compartmentation

Provide all necessary access to suitably undertake works.

Block up doors between Units

    600
        Total 113,105   36,308

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Traditional and Non-Traditional Houses and Mortgage Problems

Valuations and how much is the building worth?

Whats the difference between a Chartered Building Surveyor, Chartered Surveyor and an Independent Surveyor

Useful property problem articles by Chartered Surveyors explaining building issues to avoid

External - Helpful information on building problems on the outside of the property

Chimney issues and problems

Cracking and Movement Problems and Surveying Solutions

Flat Roof Problems, how we can solve them

Foundations and Structures and Settlement and Subsidence and Underpinning

Pitched Roofs Problems and Solutions

Roof Problems

Wall Problems

Windows and Doors and Fascias and Soffits and Wet Rot and Dry Rot and other problems

Internal - House problems we have investigated inside

All you ever need to know about floors

Asbestos in your home, what you need to know

Ceiling Cracks and Structural Problems

Condensation, Damp and Black Mould Problems

Cracking and Movement Problems and Surveying Solutions

Windows and Doors and Fascias and Soffits and Wet Rot and Dry Rot and other problems

Woodworm is it a problem or not? Is it active or not?

Services - Building help and advice on costly services

Drainage, what's underground can affect what's above ground

Heating; I just can't get my house warm enough or alternatively I just can't get my house cool enough

You can't mess around with the electric, you need an expert

 

Commercial Property Services

Building Terms Explained and Directories

Commercial Property Surveys

Commercial Structural Surveys

Leisure Facilites

Offices Large and Small

Shops and Retail

Warehouse and Industrial Buildings

Dilapidations Help and Advice What is a Dilapidations Notice?

A Beginner's Guide to Dilaps

Damp Mould and Condensation

Dampness Rising Damp Mould Black Mould Condensation

Dilapidations and Negotiations

Dilapidations Claim by a Landlord

Energy Saving what can I do?

Finance what is a Financial Adviser (We are not Financial Advisors)

Fire Risk and Help

Health and Safety Risks

Insurance how do I get the correct property insurance?

Landlords Surveying Advice

Property Investment how can I invest in property?

Property TV Reviews by an Independent Surveyor

Schedules of Condition Leasing a Commercial Property

Scotts Schedule and Section 18 Valuation

Tenants Surveying Advice

Weather how does weather affect my property?

Flooding

Rain

Snow and Ice

Strong Winds

Reviews from clients on Commercial Building Surveys

Churches and Charities, helpful reviews from our clients

Industrial Buildings and Warehouses and what our clients say about us

Offices Large and Small, reviews and feedback from our clients

Pubs, Restaurants, Hotels and other Leisure facilities we have surveyed over the years

Shops and Retail, helpful reviews from our clients

 

First Time Buyers

Buying a Leasehold or Shared Freehold Home

Buying and Selling Houses for the experienced house and home purchaser

First Time Buyers how do I go about buying my first house and home?

Improve your property knowledge with our presentations on house, homes and commercial property

Building Surveys

Building Surveying Useful Information

Dilapidations

Dilapidations Presentations in Detail

Final Year Building Surveying Exams for University Students or those that would like to know more

How old is your Building? Which era was it built in?

Party Walls

Surveyors and Design Tools

Disputes and Party Walls

Boundary Disputes

Building and Property Disputes

Party Wall Book Reviews

Party Walls Your Rights and Responsibilities

1stAssociated Surveyors Review for Structural Surveys and Building Surveys

Building Surveys, reviews and feedback from satisfied customers

Buy to let property clients, what they say about our structural surveys

Buying at auction, review of the survey

Buying bungalows and retirement properties and how our surveyors can help

Both at work / busy couples, how we can help and some 1stAssociated client reviews

Families with a young person flying the nest, reviews and feedback

First Time Buyers, what they say about us

Listed buildings, structural surveys

Older buildings, a review of buying an older house

Families with children looking for a new home, feedback and reviews

Buying a Non-Traditional Property

Residential Surveys

House and Home Surveys

Commercial Building Surveys

Commercial Surveys

1st Associated Surveyors Are Also Available in the Following Areas:

East Anglia and East

South and South East

West Country and South West

Midlands

North and North East

 

London

London Markets

London Parks

 

Wales

Areas of Britain

1stAssociated Independent Expert Property Surveyors

Specialists in Home Buyers Reports, Building Surveys and Structural Surveys and Schedules of Condition

All Surveyors are Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors qualified and RICS regulated

and are Members of the Independent Surveyors and Valuers Association

Putting the Client First

We do not accept service of documents by email or fax