Welcome to David Cosby Chartered Surveyors
A multidisciplinary Chartered Surveying practice offering professional,
friendly advice on all aspects of residential and commercial property matters
Established in 2003 and based in Northamptonshire we are ideally situated near to the motorway networks to enable our surveyors and agents to carry out a full range of services across the regions for individuals as well as businesses
Independent Estate Agents and Surveyors providing: Home Surveys, Land Registry Compliant Plans, Topographical Surveys, Underground Utilities Surveys, Dilapidations, Measured Building Surveys, RICS Valuations, Boundary Surveys, Determined Boundary Plans, Party Wall Matters, Design, Planning & Building Regulations, Pre-Acquisition Surveys, Schedules of Condition, Condition Reports, Planned Preventative Maintenance.
“Reliable, Efficient, Trustworthy and Professional are the ways I would describe David Cosby Surveyors. Running a busy Architectural Practice I constantly call on their services, in particular for Measured & Topographical surveys; Building Surveys and Party Wall matters. I know when I call them, the response to my needs, which can at times be quite demanding, is dealt with in a timely and very professional manner, which when you have to deal with the high expectations of some clients is much appreciated. I wouldn’t use anyone else and would highly recommend them to others, as I do”
Arcteck Designs Limited
“David Cosby Surveyors provides us and a number of our clients with a high quality and cost effective service on measured and topographical surveys. We have always found them to be easy to deal with; instructions being progressed with good communication, punctual site attendance and reliable turnaround for completion of instructions.”
“David Cosby Surveyors have always delivered a first rate professional service often within very tight time frames.”
Latest News and Projects
Talking to Natasha Cosby to find out a bit more on this new family run Estate Agency.
Whilst training as a Land Surveyor, one my first tasks was to identify and annotate the names of individual tree species onto site plans. This didn’t strike me as the most rewarding assignment and I would have much preferred getting to grips with the latest...
With the exception of ‘subsidence’, the term ‘rising damp’ in a survey report is one of the main triggers likely to set alarm bells ringing with potential purchasers and mortgage lenders. However, a case of true rising dampness is a relatively uncommon issue. It is...