Property Inspection Report Edinburgh

We are one of the leading provider of Property Inspection Report in Edinburgh for UK visa and Immigration. We have a dedicated and highly qualified team to carry out the survey in Edinburgh and all over the UK. The purposes of the inspection report is to ensure that the accommodation where the visa applicant is intending to live in will not be overcrowded and that the property meets meets the minimum statutory housing standards.

We provide property inspection report everywhere in Edinburgh

  • Abbeyhill
  • Almond
  • Balerno
  • Balgreen
  • Bankhead
  • Blackford
  • Bonnington
  • Calton
  • Coates
  • Colinton
  • Corstorphine
  • Craigentinny
  • Craiglockhart
  • Currie
  • Curriehill
  • Dalmeny
  • Dalry
  • Eastfield
  • Fountainbridge
  • Gogar
  • Gorgie
  • Granton
  • Greenhill
  • Hailes
  • Haymarket
  • Holyrood
  • Ingliston
  • Joppa
  • Juniper Green
  • Kingsknowe
  • Kirkliston
  • Leith
  • Meadowbank
  • Merchiston
  • Morningside
  • Mountcastle
  • Muirhouse
  • Murrayfield
  • Newbridge
  • Newcraighall
  • Newhaven
  • Newington
  • Niddrie
  • North Leith
  • Northfield
  • Piershill
  • Pilton
  • Portobello
  • Powderhall
  • Queensferry
  • Ratho
  • Riccarton
  • Roseburn
  • Saughton
  • Seafield
  • Shandon
  • Sighthill
  • Slateford
  • South Gyle
  • St Leonard's
  • Stenhouse
  • Stockbridge
  • Tollcross
  • Turnhouse
  • Waverley
  • West End

What is included on property inspection report?

The propery inspection report will contain the details of the accommodation inspected including:

  • Name, date of birth and passport number of visa application.
  • Name and date of birth of sponsor and relation with visa applicant.
  • Name, date of birth of other people living in the house (if any) and their relation with sponsor.
  • Number and size of available sleeping rooms
  • Currents and prospective occupiers sleeping arrangements.
  • Whether the proeprty is suitable, safe and will not become overcrowded with additional residents.
  • Name, designation, contact details and signature of surveyor.
  • Other relevant comments based on the visa applicant's situation and property condition.

What is a Property Inspection Report for UK visa and Immigration?

A property inspection report is an independent report prepared by a competent professional that can be used for the Home Office for entry clearance or settlement visa application to establish that after the arrival of the visa applicant the accommodation will not be overcrowded and is suitable for living under the UK Housing Act.

Accommodation is not adequate if it is, or will be, overcrowded. Under paragraph 6 of the Immigration Rules, the meaning of overcrowded is the meaning in the Housing Act 1985, the Housing (Scotland) Act 1987 or the Housing (Northern Ireland) Order 1988 (as appropriate).

“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.”

Property Inspection Report Edinburgh

Property inspection report in all Edinburgh EH post towns

  • Armadale
  • Balerno
  • Bathgate
  • Bo'ness
  • Bonnyrigg
  • Broxburn
  • Currie
  • Dalkeith
  • Dunbar
  • East Linton
  • Edinburgh
  • Gorebridge
  • Gullane
  • Haddington
  • Heriot
  • Humbie
  • Innerleithen
  • Juniper Green
  • Kirkliston
  • Kirknewton
  • Lasswade
  • Linlithgow
  • Livingston
  • Loanhead
  • Longniddry
  • Musselburgh
  • Newbridge
  • North Berwick
  • Ormiston
  • Pathhead
  • Peebles
  • Penicuik
  • Prestonpans
  • Rosewell
  • Roslin
  • South Queensferry
  • Tranent
  • Walkerburn
  • West Calder
  • West Linton

If you need property inspection report in Edinburgh Scotland, Please call us on 07500242494 or complete our online form here.

Our visa property inspection report meet all legal requirements

  • Free from category 1 (serious) and category 2 (other) hazards given under section 9 of the Housing Act 2004: The HHSRS is a risk-based system that identifies and assesses potential hazards to health and safety in residential properties. Category 1 hazards are the most serious and are considered to be a risk of death or serious injury. Category 2 hazards are less serious, but can still pose a risk to health and safety.
  • Not statutorily overcrowded under the the PART X of Housing Act 1985: A property is considered to be statutorily overcrowded if it does not have enough space for the number of people living there. The PART X of the Housing Act 1985 sets out the minimum space standards that a property must meet in order to be considered not overcrowded.
  • Not unfit for human habitation under section 604 of the Housing Act 1985 (as amended): A property is considered to be unfit for human habitation if it is so defective that it is not reasonably suitable for occupation. Section 604 of the Housing Act 1985 (as amended) sets out the factors that a court must consider when determining whether a property is unfit for human habitation.

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