As a landlord or tenant, you want to be able to hand over all aspects of your commercial property to an expert who is committed to achieving the best value for you. If you’re a landlord you can trust Bidwells to protect and enhance your portfolio. If you’re a tenant you can trust Bidwells to work tirelessly to save you money.

We can turn our hand to all things commercial property related. We work with asset management companies to protect and enhance their property assets. We support retail clients with showroom fit-outs. We work on TV studio refurbishments, provide dilapidations advice on a world-leading university’s property portfolio – we’ve even provided party wall advice to a power company regarding a new deep cable tunnel extension.

While we thrive on all matters to do with lease obligations, legislative, feasibility and viability challenges, dilapidations, and repair and refurbishment projects, we appreciate that many people don’t. Let our team lift the commercial property concerns from you so you’re free to focus on your business.

How our Surveying team can help:

  • Advising on dilapidations issues to help protect your position – either as landlord or tenant
  • Surveying a building’s condition before you buy
  • Compile Planned Preventative Maintenance programs to help you budget for and manage your building 
  • Implement a refurbishment of your property
  • Undertaking a Reinstatement Valuation of your buildings for insurance purposes
  • Guiding you through the complexities of the Party Wall Etc Act

 OUR CORE services

Due Diligence


Repairs & Refurbishments

Building Reinstatement Cost Assessment (BRCA)

Planned Preventative
Maintenance (PPM)

Party Walls

philip kentish

Phil Kentish

Partner, Building Surveying

karen wilkins

Karen Wilkins

Partner, Building Surveying

sam potts partner building surveying

Sam Potts

Partner, Building Surveying

jason menezes

Jason Menezes

Partner, Building Surveying

dan coston

Dan Coston

Partner, Building Surveying

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