Property Inspection Report Morden

Please contact us for a property inspection report in Morden town in south London, within the London Borough of Merton, on 075 00 24 24 94 / 020 3129 5156 or complete our online form here. We are specialist provider of Property Inspection Report for Immigration Purposes UK covering all cities in the UK. Please visit our Property Inspection Report near me page for the full lists of areas we cover.

Our fully qualified Surveyors and Environmental Health Practitioners prepare the accommodation report for immigration purposes which can be used for any UK Settlement visa, Spouse, Marriage, Fiancé, Fiancée, Civil Partner Visa Applications or visit visa. Our inspeciton reports are fully comliance with the guidelines set by UKVI / UKBA.

We provide our service everywhere in Morden; a district and town in south London, England, within the London Borough of Merton.

Morden and Nearest places

  • Colliers Wood
  • Hackbridge
  • Merton Park
  • Mitcham
  • Lower Morden
  • Motspur Park
  • Raynes Park
  • St. Helier
  • South Wimbledon
  • Sutton
  • Sutton Common
  • Wimbledon
  • Worcester Park
Property Inspection Report Morden for UK visa and Immigration

If you are looking for a Property Inspection Report for Visas and Immigration in Morden, London, please contact us. We are one of the leading providers of Housing Inspection Reports for UKVI covering all over theUK. Our Surveyor is fully qualified and highly experienced professionals in producing property inspection report.

The property inspection report for immigration purposes proves to the entry clearance officer that the accommodation is in satisfactory for visa application.

  • 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.