About us

HAD & CO is a multi-award winning independent architectural practice and have years of experience in preparing immigration property inspection surveys to satisfy the requirements of the UKVI for Entry Clearance into the UK.  Unlike other independent property inspection providers, HAD are qualified building and property experts and prepare property inspection surveys for immigration purposes to ensure special care is taken during every step of the report process so that our customers receive only the best service we can offer. When we receive your request, we will immediately set to work, to ensure you receive a fast and professional service. 


HAD are pragmatic and open minded in our approach to projects. For every project we form a clear understanding of the requirements and constraints, seek out the best use and opportunities from the site, and through an efficient methodical work process deliver an effective, environmentally responsible solution that fully meets the client’s needs, offers value for money, and is delightful. 

Contact us:

T: 0161 327 2529 (Mon-Fri 9 am - 5 pm)

M: 07786 391688 (Message out of hours)

Email:  hello@hussaindesigns.co.uk

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What is a property inspection report?

A property inspection survey is a document required by the UK Border Agency (UKVI) to demonstrate to the Entry Clearance Officer that you have obtained an assessment of the proposed accommodation for the applicant.

The property inspection survey for immigration purposes will be required for all applications for the purpose of settlement.  

Spouses and civil partners;  

Fiancé(e)s and proposed civil partner;

Unmarried and same-sex partners;  

Children; Parents, grandparents and other dependent relatives.

The United Kingdom Border Agency (UKBA) state that applications for a visa to the UK from outside the EEC contain evidence of the type of housing and its condition for the proposed accommodation.

As independent surveyors, HAD can inspect the accommodation and provide an Immigration Accommodation report that will fulfill the UKBA Immigration requirements.

We inspect the sponsors accommodation and write a report detailing the property layout, size of rooms, number of occupants, any defects etc. The accommodation inspection will involve our surveyor assessing that the property:

1) Is free from Category 1 and 2 Hazards under the Housing Act 2004,
2) Is in a reasonable state of repair,
3) Is not statutorily overcrowded under the Housing Act 1985, Part X and shall have sufficient space to accommodate both the current occupiers and the appicant.
4) Is free from conditions that may present a public health nuisance.

The following information will be required to support the inspection in order to process the Report:
1) Name, Sex, Date of Birth, Current address of the applicant
2) Name and address of the sponsor
3). Copy of a Tenancy Agreement or Proof of Ownership of the property
4) Name and Date of Birth of other occupants in the property to be inspected
 
We undertake property inspections for immigration purposes to aid an application for spouse visas, temporary work permit or settlement and residency within the UK. We specialise in providing Immigration accommodation certificates that fulfill all Home Office, UK Border Agency requirements. Our fast track service can see a qualified immigration accommodation surveyor at your home within the same week.

How long does the property inspection survey last?

The letter lasts for 3 months from the date it is issued.

How long will the process take?

From the point of submitting the form or the surveyor visiting the property to receiving the letter should take 3-4 working days for a standard service and 1-2 working days for the fast track.

What happens when I submit my forms?

  1. A Housing Standards surveyor will contact you to arrange an appointment convenient for yourself.
  2. The Surveyor will attend your property. They will measure the bedroom sizes and have a check the condition of the property for any defects.
  3. The Surveyor will then tell you if the property is suitable for the person to inhabit the property.
  4. Within the next 3-4 working days you will receive your certificate for the Immigration Authorities.

Can my child share my and my spouses/partner’s room?

Only very young children can, up to the age of 1 year old but they must be the biological or adoptive parent.


How much are property inspection surveys in Colne? 

Property inspection surveys in this area are £65.00, please send your details in the above form for a full professional quotation. 

Information concerning the Corona virus

In accordance with the guidelines from the UK Government and Public Health. HAD has implemented various precautionary measures to best ensure the continuity of our work.

We are doing everything possible to remain fully operational while complying with these health guidelines.

We can be reached by telephone and e-mail and are available to answer your questions. As of today, our employees will make limited visits and we will no longer receive visitors at our premises.

The HAD team are currently experiencing no difficulties in completing projects. If you have any questions on this subject, please contact us: hello@hussaindesigns.co.uk

Of course, we are closely monitoring the situation and will keep you informed of any important changes.

We would like to thank you for your understanding and wish you the very best during these unprecedented times.

The HAD team

With public health chiefs warning close, sustained contact can spread the coronavirus, many individuals and organisations such as ourselves are trying to minimise face-to-face meetings.


We will be offering a short-term remote Immigration property Inspection report option.
Why should I choose to use HAD rather than someone else?

 We are the UK’s leading providers of UKVI property survey reports. 

We will guarantee in writing that our report will be accepted  and that we are fully compliant, please give us a call to discuss further. We have a 100% pass rate and more than happy for you to confirm this with the Home office.