We provide Property inspection report in Stratford East London within the London Borough of Newham. We have a team of professional Surveyors is We have a dedicated and fully qualified professional team to carry out the property inspection in Stratford and other UK areas.
Our fully qualified Surveyors and Environmental Health Practitioners prepare the accommodation report 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
What is a property Inspection Report ?
A property inspection report is an independent report that may be submitted to the Home Office for entry clearance or settlement 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.
“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.”
Immigration housing inspection report will confirms -
Please contact us for a property inspection report in Stratford, East London , 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.
When a visa application is made to the British Embassies or High Commissions, the immigration authorities may need to know that when the visa applicant move to the UK their accommodation will have an acceptable standard of repair and will not be overcrowded.
This is to ensure that the property is suitable for the intended number of occupants and that there are no hazards to the health, safety and welfare of the occupiers. The property inspection report should be prepared by an independent body such as a qualified surveyor or an Environmental Health Officer who have up to date knowledge of relevant legislation and adequate accommodation requirement.