Property Inspection Report Watford

Call us for a Property Inspection Report in Watford for Immigration purposes on 07500242494 or complete our online form.

Our Proeprty Inspection Report is dedicatedly designed for immigration and visa application where applicants need to prove that there is adequate accommodation available upon the visa applicant arriaval. Our UK entry clearance letter ensures that:

  • the property won’t statutory overcrowding when the visa applicant move in under the Housing Act 1985
  • Under Section 604 of the Housing Act 1985 (as amended) the property is fit for human habitation.

We provide Property Inspection Report all over Watford including following areas:

  • WD3 Rickmansworth, Chorleywood, Croxley Green, Loudwater, Mill End, Maple Cross, Sarratt, Batchworth, Chenies, Harefield (part), West Hyde, Heronsgate, Chandler’s Cross
    WD4 Kings Langley, Chipperfield, Hunton Bridge, Rucklers Lane, Bucks Hill
  • WD5 Abbots Langley, Bedmond
  • WD6 Borehamwood, Elstree, Well End
  • WD7 Radlett, Shenley
  • WD17 Watford town centre, Cassiobury, Nascot Wood
  • WD18 West Watford, Holywell
  • WD19 Oxhey, South Oxhey, Carpenders Park
  • WD23 Bushey, Bushey Heath
  • WD24 North Watford
  • WD25 Garston, Leavesden, Aldenham, Letchmore Heath
Property Inspection Report Watford for UK visas and Immigration

Property Inspection Report is also known as –

  • Property Inspection Report for Immigration Purposes UK
  • Do you need a property inspection report
  • Property survey report for immigration
  • Home survey report for immigration
  • Accommodation report for spouse visa
  • Immigration property inspection report
  • Property valuation report for UK Visa
  • Housing inspection report
  • Home survey report for immigration
  • Visa property inspection report
  • Home inspection report for spouse visa
  • UKVI Property Inspection Report
  • UK spouse visa accommodation requirments
  • House survey report for visa

Get in touch today for a property inspection report in Watford, Please call us on 020 3129 5156 / 07500242494 or complete our online form here.


Whether or not you are ‘overcrowded’ will depend on the size and occupancy of your home. There are two standards in Part X of the Housing Act 1985 which are used to assess whether a home is statutorily overcrowded. If either or both standardsare breached, a dwelling will be statutorily overcrowded.The accommodation will not be ‘adequate’ if it is or it will be overcrowded.

The overcrowding stanadards are generally governed by the following regulations: Sections 324-326 of the Housing Act 1985 ; Sections 135 to 137 of Part VII of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1987 ; The Housing (Northern Ireland) Order 1988 or Section 76 of The Housing (Northern Ireland) Order 1992 No. 1725 (NI. 15).