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New Building Services and New Clients at Murray Birrell

We're very pleased it's been growth in two services areas in particular: we now provide a Principal Designer Service and we're more frequently engaged to provide Terminal Schedules of Dilapidations.

The latter gained us an instruction from British Land who engaged us to carry out work at their office premises in Paddington, London W2. Other recent new projects involve working with an amazing list of Clients: International law firm Berkeley Rowe, based in Mayfair; Trustees of the St Clere Estate, a country estate near Sevenoaks in Kent available for weddings, corporate events, film and photographic shoots; Property Management and maintenance firm Fitzgeorge and Fitzjames Freehold Ltd; Property Developer Weston Homes; Lewisham Homes, a not-for-profit organisation that manages 19,000 homes for Lewisham Council; The Howard de Walden Estate that owns and manages a large portfolio of rental properties in Marylebone; One Housing Group that manage over 15,000 homes across 27 London boroughs and surrounding counties.

We're still hungry to take on more work. If you require the services of experienced Chartered Surveyors, please get in touch about any of the extensive range of building services we provide.

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