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Link to an external website.     The 1901 census for England and Wales
Link to an external website.     The Ancient Monuments Society
Link to an external website.     The Architectural Heritage Fund
Link to an external website.     The Bat Conservation Trust
Link to an external website.     Bricks and Brass
Link to an external website.     The British Association for Local History
Link to an external website.     The British Sundial Society
Link to an external website.     Building Conservation
Link to an external website.     Casa Carotonto
Link to an external website.     c20fires
Link to an external website.     The Church Monuments Society
Link to an external website.     The Churches Conservation Trust
Link to an external website.     The Cinema Theatre Association
Link to an external website.     The Civic Trust
Link to an external website.     The Construction History Society
Link to an external website.     The Council for British Archaeology
Link to an external website.     The Crown Estate
Link to an external website.     DIY Sash Windows
Link to an external website.     The Dry Stone Walling Association.
Link to an external website.     English Heritage
Link to an external website.     The Environment and Heritage Service Northern Ireland
Link to an external website.     The Electrical Contractors Association Limited
Link to an external website.     The Federation of Family History Societies
Link to an external website.     The Federation of Master Builders
Link to an external website.     The Garden History Society
Link to an external website.     The Gas Safe Register
Link to an external website.     The Georgian Group
Link to an external website.     HETAS
Link to an external website.     The Historic Houses Association
Link to an external website.     Historic Scotland
Link to an external website.     HSE
Link to an external website.     Images of England
Link to an external website.     The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC)
Link to an external website.     The Institute of Plumbing
Link to an external website.     Islip.org.uk
Link to an external website.     John Bell Surveyors and Valuers Ltd (Norfolk)
Link to an external website.     The Landmark Trust
Link to an external website.     Lease Advice
Link to an external website.     The Letter Box Study Group
Link to an external website.     The Listed Property Owners Club
Link to an external website.     Looking at Buildings
Link to an external website.     The National Association of Almshouses
Link to an external website.     The National Federation of Roofing Contractors
Link to an external website.     The National Trust
Link to an external website.     The National Waterways Museum
Link to an external website.     Naturenet
Link to an external website.     OFTEC
Link to an external website.     Period Property
Link to an external website.     Pictures of England
Link to an external website.     Property Care
Link to an external website.     The Public Monuments and Sculpture Association
Link to an external website.     The Royal Institute of British Architects
Link to an external website.     The Royal Photographic Society
Link to an external website.     Save Britains Heritage
Link to an external website.     The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings
Link to an external website.     The Society of Genealogists
Link to an external website.     Stonehouse Basements
Link to an external website.     Stonehouse damp and timber treatments
Link to an external website.     Survey of the Jewish Built Heritage in the UK and Ireland
Link to an external website.     The Victorian Society
Link to an external website.     Windmill World
Link to an external website.     The Wood Protection Association


Surveys

Marshall's undertake a full range of residential property surveys.

We cover Oxfordshire and West Berkshire, along with adjoining areas of Hampshire, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire and The Cotswolds.

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Valuation

Marshalls Chartered Surveyors are RICS Registered Valuers highly experienced in the local property market.

We undertake residential valuation instructions for all purposes, including shared ownership and Help to Buy.

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FAQ’s

Marshalls were established in 1979 and have in depth local knowledge and experience of all types of building.

We might not be the cheapest, but you can be confident that we are the experts in our field.

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Commercial

In addition to residential surveys and valuations, Marshalls offer a full range of commercial services, including commercial surveys, schedules of condition and dilapidations advice on behalf of both landlords and tenants.

Note: we do not undertake commercial valuations.

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Party wall

Marshalls offer a full range of specialist Party Wall services, working for both building owners and adjoining owners.

If you have received party wall notices from your neighbour or you are planning to carry out works, we can advise you of your options.

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Lease extensions

A lease is a wasting asset and as the remaining term becomes shorter, a residential property may be difficult to sell or mortgage.

You may need to consider a lease extension or possibly a freehold purchase.

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Property advice

A range of pages offering useful advice on various survey, valuation and general property matters.

From asbestos and bats through to toxic mould and woodworm, we hope this general property advice is useful.

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Contact us

Marshalls have offices in Oxford (01865-863020) and Newbury (01635-529777).

We cover Oxfordshire and West Berkshire, along with adjoining areas of Hampshire, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire and The Cotswolds.

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