Behanllp Chartered Surveyors
Telephone: 01727 800075
info@behanltd.co.uk
Chartered Surveyors London

 

About Behan Partnership ltd

Behan Partnership ltd is an established and leading consultancy with the head office in St. Albans, Hertfordshire.

 

Our consultancy was formed by Mark Behan in 2007. A Chartered Building Surveyor and formerly a partner of a leading London Surveying Practice, Mark has over 20 years experience in the property industry, is an expert in neighbourly matters and specialises in providing Party Wall Act, Crane and Scaffolding Agreements, Rights to Light, Daylight and Sunlight advice and Studies. He is also the author of numerous articles including the current 6th Edition of the RICS Guidance Note for its members on Party Walls and the RICS Guidance Note for Daylight and Sunlight published in October 2012. Mark also sits on the RICS Boundary & Party Wall Practice Panel.

 

Together with his business partner Louise Polledri, also a Chartered Building Surveyor whose area of expertise is Project Management and Building Surveying services, we utiliise this combined experience to provide a professional, proactive and prompt service tailored to the individual needs of our clients. 

 

Our expanding team of surveyors and CAD technicians support the Partners with their expert knowledge and technical skill, ensuring that all projects meet and exceed client expectations and deliver the highest level of quality and service.

RICS

RICS Guidance Note “Party Wall Legislation and Procedure”

Mark Behan is a member of the working group that produced this important guidance note. This guidance note provides advice to surveyors who accept instructions in circumstances where the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 may be relevant.
It looks at circumstances where the Act will apply as well as the procedures to be followed where it does. It contains all the specimen forms and letters that are required in this area of work. http://www.ricsbooks.com

RICS

RICS Guidance Note “Daylighting and Sunlighting”
Mark Behan is a member of the working group that produced this guidance note. This guidance note provides advice to surveyors who accept instructions to advise on daylight, sunlight and shadow calculations for developments. It explains the different types of assessment available, reporting procedures and the roles that the Chartered Surveyor will need to perform. http://www.ricsbooks.com