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Kirkham Pryer are Chartered Building Surveyors based in Cheltenham

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About

Kirkham Pryer offer a fine blend of established tradition, modern practice and technology.

Kirkham Pryer has been providing a professional, dependable and quality service since 1987. Chris Pryer and John Bevan, both chartered surveyors, head up a team from it’s town centre office in Rodney Road, Cheltenham.

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Our management team

Chris Pryer

FRICS

A Chartered Building Surveyor since 1976, Chris has worked in Cheltenham since 1983, initially working with a well known local Chartered Surveying practice, before jointly forming Kirkham Pryer in 1987. Daily involved in all aspects of property matters, Chris has gained extensive knowledge of building construction techniques and standards. Areas of expertise include pre-purchase surveys including Building Surveys and RICS Home Buyer Reports; project Managing clients alterations; extensions & refurbishments; Party Walls, Dilapidations & Expert Witness.

After over 40 years in the Building Surveying industry, Chris Pryer recently retired from the practice, and maintains a keen interest in the Cheltenham and Cotswolds property scene.

John Bevan

MRICS

John has been a Chartered Building Surveyor since 1986, having worked for a number of large practices prior to joining Kirkham Pryer in 1995. He has a wealth of experience in pre-purchase surveys, contract administration and professional work including party wall and dilapidations, and is an RICS Registered Valuer.

Outside work, John is a keen supporter of Gloucester Rugby, and a music fan regularly attending concerts and gigs in the local area.

Bob Hill

MRICS

Bob joined Kirkham Pryer in 2014, following experience gained with surveying practices and architects in both Cheltenham and Bristol. He has a postgraduate diploma in Building Surveying (with distinction) following a first degree in Economics and Geography. Well versed in project management following many years working with a large hotel client, he is also keen on building pathology, residential surveying, dilapidations, and party wall matters.

Outside work, Bob is a keen cyclist, and Secretary of Ross-on-Wye & District Cycling Club, also keen on hands-on property refurbishment.

Kirkham Pryer staff news

Kirkham Pryer team are very excited to welcome our newest  Surveyor. Tom Gooding joins KP direct from completing his Masters degree in Building Surveying, studied at Nottingham Trent University. Tom brings with him, among other skills, an intricate knowledge of AutoCAD meaning this facility can now be undertaken ‘in-house’. Tom’s previous employment saw him working alongside a builder for 5 years in an around the North Cotswolds, this hands-on experience is already proving hugely beneficial when involved in the technical side of construction projects or helping to diagnose defects within properties.

Project case study

Kirkham Pryer were proud to have been involved with the full refurbishment and extension of a semi-detached property half a mile from Cheltenham town centre. KP were involved with creating a specification applicable to the proposed works which was then used to invite competitive tender from suitable contractors. Once a building firm had been instructed, we were then involved with the project management of the works, right through to completion.

The client was keen to incorporate a host of modern alternative methods for using energy and water. The final result included roof tiles which were designed to look the same as the chosen roof tiles; grey water harvesting which collected the rain water from the roofs of the property, which was then used to flush toilets and for cleaning cars and the most up to date insulation including triple glazed aluminium windows and doors.

 

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