Harrow LLP Chartered Building Surveyors:
Harrow Consulting LLP are Chartered Building Surveyors and Architectural Designers based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, covering the North East of England.
Our extensive experience and specialist knowledge of property and construction projects, enables us to provide client’s with bespoke Building Surveying solutions at any point in the life-cycle. From compiling pre-acquisition advice and building condition surveys for property transactions, to design and project management duties on refurbishment and new-build projects, through to maintenance management and asset disposal, our services are tailored to ensure that the optimum solution is achieved. We aim to mitigate client risk at every stage, whilst ensuring that the solution is robust and adds value to the client’s business.
Darlington College have appointed Newcastle based Chartered Building Surveyors, Harrow Consulting LLP, to design and project manage a major redevelopment of their Central Park Campus, in Darlington. The £2.5 million project includes an extension and r…
Harrow have recently completed work to provide an ultra modern extension to a large Victorian Town House in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The extension provides a sun-room, WC and utility room, with additional external storage facilities, transforming …
Harrow have been appointed to provide pre-acquisition advice in respect of a prominent city centre development in Newcastle Upon Tyne. The development, known as the Milburn Quarter, comprises five distinct properties providing over 150,00 SqFt of m…
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