Leading surveyors relaunch as director-led business
Earl Kendrick have always been at the cutting edge of the building surveying business, and are acknowledged experts in surveying for the residential sector. Over the years, they have won consecutive awards and been recognised as thought leaders in the industry.
Earl Kendrick’s success has always been driven by a determination to understand clients’ changing needs, and their new financial year sees the business relaunch. From 1 May 2019, Earl Kendrick becomes a director-led consultancy focused on high quality service delivery.
By listening to their clients, Group Managing Director Julian Davies and his team have realised what is most valuable about Earl Kendrick, this being the expertise of its senior staff. Clients want to know they have access
to genuine specialists with a proven track record in their particular field. These experts have the time and skills
to provide the attentive and efficient service all clients desire.
In recognition, Earl Kendrick has restructured the business which means their senior surveyors become equity partners, including James Paul and Gerard McGahon who were welcomed to the business recently, leading
Earl Kendrick Building Surveyors in the capital.
This restructure extends Earl Kendrick’s core building surveying services, introducing two, new, specialist teams:
EK2 is an advisory team offering expert surveying services for exceptional properties in central London. There is a need for tailored expertise in maintaining prime and super-prime properties, thus EK2 was founded by Julian Davies with partner Graeme Parslow and Matt Missenden – together possessing 60 years’ combined surveying experience.
EK Licence to Alter, the trading name of Licence to Alter Ltd, provides a nationwide landlord alterations consent service, working closely with a trusted network of leasehold solicitors. This new team is headed by partner Bill Pryke, to safeguard consistency and provide a single, senior point of contact for all clients.
Earl Kendrick retains the capacity to service small to large-scale projects, managed from all three of its London, Brighton and Manchester offices.