Oxfordshire surveyors. Andrew Goodwin and associates chartered surveyors

Andrew Goodwin & Associates Chartered Surveyors



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Andrew Goodwin, BSc (Hons) FRICS Andrew studied at Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham and began his residential surveying career with a private practice in Wantage, Oxfordshire in 1982. He has since worked for both small private practices, as well as larger, corporate firms of surveyors throughout Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and The Cotswolds of Gloucestershire.

He is a very experienced surveyor, with a keen interest in period property and renovated a Grade II Listed Victorian warehouse into the family home.

Andrew set up his own firm in February 2009 and has built the business to the point where he has recently enlisted the services of Nigel Morgan to compliment the practice and afford greater flexibility, given the ever increasing Client demand.

Click here to email Andrew       Mobile No: 07788 726082





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Nigel Morgan - Nigel has been in general practice in Oxfordshire since 1980, with large and small private partnerships, undertaking valuations and surveys mainly of residential property.

Nigel was awarded a Masters Degree in Historic Conservation from Oxford Brookes University in 2006 and now specialises in providing professional advice on listed buildings and conservation practice, also applications and negotiations with Conservation Officers and supervision of works. A pragmatic approach to historic buildings involves an ecological and sustainable approach not only to surveys but also to repairs, alterations and extensions.

Click here to email Nigel       Mobile No: 07793 121130








Testimonial reading My previous experience of house surveys was of reports that stated the obvious and were unhelpful - or alarmist - about the potential issues of concern that they raised. By contrast, the survey report produced for me by Andrew Goodwin was intelligible, helpful, accessible and useful. Andrew not only addressed the particular matters that I asked him to pay attention to but was happy to engage in follow-up clarification and made sure that I understood his very measured explanations of the condition and potential of the house, and of issues that needed addressing. A survey that was worth its cost. Mr H. Buying in Oxford.

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