Evergreen Engineers Ltd is a leading provider of property inspection reports for UK visas and immigration in Boston, Peterborough areas. We have a highly experienced and qualified inspector to produce accommodation report. Our reports can be used for family visa, spouse or civil partners visa, fiancé / fiancée and proposed civil partner or any other immigration cases where you need to prove that new arrivals will not need to be further re-housed once they arrive in the UK. The reprots can used as the evidence of as the evidence of adequate accommodation.
Housing inspection report Boston
we provide property inspection report all over the Boston areas including -
- Amber Hill
- Wigtoft Boston
- Wyberton Boston
- New Bolingbroke
- Old Leake
What is a Property / Home Inspection Report for UK Visas and Immigration?
A Property Inspection Report is an independent report for UK visa and immigration to establish that after the arrival of the applicant the accommodation will not be overcrowded and is suitable for living under the UK Housing Act. Our Surveyors are fully qualified and highly experienced professionals in producing Property Inspection Reports. The Property Inspection Report produced for Visas and Immigration is fully compliant with United Kingdom Visa and Immigration guidance.
The surveyor will carry out an inspection of the property and they will assess -
- will not statutorily overcrowded under the Part X (Overcrowding) ofHousing Act 1985 and shall have sufficient space to accommodate both the current occupiers and the applicant (s).
- Is free from Category 1 Hazards in Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) given under section 9 of the Housing Act 2004.
- Is in a reasonable state of repair.
- will not contravene public health regulations.
“Obtain an independent assessment of the number of rooms and occupants of the proposed accommodation. A report from a suitably qualified body certifying that a personal inspection has been carried out and giving details of accommodation inspected is usually acceptable for this purpose. Above all, the Entry Clearance officer must be satisfied that the accommodation will not become overcrowded within the definition of the Housing Act 1985 or that it will not contravene public health regulations.”