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Murray Birrell are delighted to be appointed by Managing Agents Smith Waters again

Murray Birrell are delighted to be appointed again by Managing Agents, Smith Waters LLP to carry out further Building Surveying professional services.

These latest commissions involve us in acting as both Party Wall Surveyor and Landlords Surveyor in relation to works planned at a prestigious mansion block in Palace Gate, West London.

This latest piece of work further reinforces the close working relationship between both parties and builds on the success of similar services provided to Smith Waters at other Central London residential properties in their management. These being Castleacre, a high-rise residential block close to Edgware Road and Hyde Park, as well as Eaton Square and Eaton Place properties in Belgravia.

Clearly favoured by Smith Waters who once referred to Murray Birrell as ‘the best surveyors you’ve never heard of!’ – an excellent testimonial for quality services and repeat business being delivered ‘under the radar’.

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