- Business Plans
- Feasibility Studies
- Heritage Statements
- Impact Assessments
- Management Plans
- Options Appraisals
- Project Management
- Public Engagement
- Viability Studies
- Building surveying services (RICS)
e.g. contract admin, defect diagnosis,
writing of specifications, building
- Engineering services (IHE) e.g.
highways and drainage design
- Valuations (RICS Valuer Registration
Services Offered / Sector:
Berrys is a forward-thinking, multi-disciplined practice of chartered surveyors, town planners, business consultants, and is a RIBA Chartered practice. With six offices across the UK, we have gained a reputation for using our ideas and expertise to help build a brighter future for our clients.
Working side-by-side with our in-house architectural team and heritage consultants, we adapt and innovate to ensure that all projects are delivered with a creative solution from start to finish.
We believe that managing change to the historic environment is crucial to a sustainable future. Working with our clients, we first look to understand the issues they face and find a solution that maximises the potential of their heritage asset. Using our expertise, we strive to achieve a balance between the historic value of a place and the turbulent economic climate, ensuring the enjoyment of our heritage assets with the next generation.
Our ever-growing team also has experience working on a range of historic buildings within the public sector, from World Heritage Sites and listed buildings to scheduled monuments and more. We understand that every project is unique, and with a comprehensive range of skills from a diverse range of sectors, we offer a tailored service that is sympathetic to a building’s significance.
Drawing on the expertise from across our network of offices, we take a team approach to find the best solution for our clients’ challenges and needs. We understand that times change, and that is why we endeavour to sensitively adapt a building, giving it new purpose while protecting it for the future.
- North East
- North West
- South East
- South West
- East Anglia