Residential Property Defects - Structural Damage and Cracking

40.00 GBP

1.5 Hours Formal CPD

Cracking in low-rise buildings takes many forms and it’s important to know the implications for lending and insurability. Review real-life examples to gain a solid understanding of reporting requirements for structural movement.

Available Classes

New dates for this product are currently being scheduled. Click register your interest to find out more.

Course information

Look through the different forms of structural movement that affect dwellings, how they should be reported and what to look for when movement is evident. Using real-life examples gathered from surveys and valuations for lending, this is the ideal opportunity to gain a practical understanding of how cracking and structural movement can effectively be identified and relayed in surveys and reports. 

Date: 18th December 2017

Time: 09:30 - 11:00 (UK Time) 

Learning outcomes

  • Identify the main causes of structural movement affecting low rise dwellings.
  • List key criteria for reviewing structural movement in low-rise buildings
  • Use BRE digest 251 flowchart to come to a decision and report accordingly.
  • Define the test of reasonableness in following the trail of suspicion.
  • Presenter

    image

    Philip Santo

    Additional information

    Nothing to display