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M: 07786 391688 (Message out of hours)

Email:  hello@hussaindesigns.co.uk 

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About us

HAD & CO is a multi-award winning independent architectural practice and have years of experience in preparing property surveys for spouse visas 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 property 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. 

What is a property survey?

A property 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 surveys for immigration purposed 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.

How much are property surveys for spouse visa in Pendle?

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

What do our property surveys for spouse visa cover?

Our property survey reports run to 4-5 pages in length and we have been producing accommodation reports for solicitors and local authorities and housing associations for many years and can always provide references if requested. 

Our detailed property survey report for spouse visa includes a detailed property description, room sizes and details on the
Sponsor and Applicant. We cover the following:

1.HOUSING Act 1985 PART X

2.HOUSING ACT 1985, PART XV111 SECTION 604 (FITNESS FOR HUMAN HABITATION)

3.THE HOUSING ACT 2004 (HA2004), HHSRS CROWDING AND SPACE HAZARDS

THE STATUTORY OVERCROWDING STANDARD