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Great feedback!

Lovely testimonial today from Nicola Whiting – Happy Crab Lets Ltd “Thank you it was great working with you and hope you’ll survey our next house purchase too” Thanks Nicola, it was great working with you too and we look

Move to new offices

Clarke & Jay Surveyors have moved! We’re now providing our comprehensive and personalised service from new offices  at Unit 3, Hawford Business Centre, Hawford, Worcester, WR3 7SG.

Grade II star listed!

Having recently completed a survey on a grade II star listed building we feel very privileged to work with some of England’s most important buildings. The photo’s below indicate the original build date and later 20th Century extension.Grade II star

Thanks for great feedback Andie!

‘I was completely satisfied with the services of Dominic Jay who undertook a fantastic and exceptionally thorough buildings survey for us. He also discussed his findings at length in a manner which was realistic, helpful and easy to understand. I

Testimonial

I would just like to thank Cameron Clarke for two fantastic surveys on properties we have looked to buy. They were very thorough, skilled and objective but also honest and realistic assessments. His advice and expertise have helped us enormously

Upper Broomhall Farm, Norton

Blog by Simon Corbett – Student Building Surveyor I attended a building survey on a Grade II listed, timber framed property originally dating back to around the mid-17th century with extensions carried out around 1800 and the mid 1950’s. The

Green Lane Farm, Lower Eggleton, Ledbury

Blog by Simon Corbett – Student Building Surveyor Cameron and I ventured out to Ledbury to conduct a building survey on a 5 bedroom, red brick detached property. The original building, dating back to the mid-18th century, had later been

Happy New Year to all our clients, friends and associates!

Looking forward to another great year here at Clarke and Jay.

Exciting new discovery!

When our surveyor was at a property last week he was very excited to discover an ancient part of Worcester known as ‘Sidbury Gate’ in the cellar of the property. It is the buried remains of the 12th Century City

We are now on Twitter!

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  Had a great meeting with David Mason from Design 29, we are now off and away on Twitter. Follow us @ClarkeJay1 to get all the latest news and information.