Property Inspection Report All Over the UK

We provide property inspection reports for UK visa and immigration applications anywhere in the UK. We are committed to providing our services to everyone, regardless of their location.

Property inspection report nationwide

We are a nationwide provider of property inspection reports for UK visa and immigration applications. We are always happy to travel to meet our clients’ needs. Our property inspectors are experts who create inspection reports that meet all UK Visas and Immigration adequate accommodation requirements. We offer property inspection reports throughout the UK, including England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales. Please contact us to schedule an appointment.

Property Inspection Report :: Area covered

  • Ripon
  • Salford
  • Salisbury
  • Sheffield
  • Southampton
  • Southend-on-Sea
  • St Albans
  • Stoke on Trent
  • Sunderland
  • Surrey
  • Truro
  • Wakefield
  • Wells
  • Westminster
  • Winchester
  • Wolverhampton
  • Worcester
  • York
  • Armagh
  • Bangor

What is a property inspection report for UK Immigration and Visa?

A property inspection report is an independent assessment of the accommodation that is used to help the Home Office make a decision on a visa application. The property inspection report to be submitted with visa applications to ensure that the accommodation is not overcrowded and meets the minimum standards of living set out in the UK Housing Act.

If you are applying to live in the UK or are planning to bring a family member to live in the UK, the immigration authorities may require information about the housing conditions of the property you plan to live in.

“Obtain an independent assessment of the number of rooms and occupants of the proposed accommodation. A report from a suitably qualified body certifying that a personal inspection has been carried out and giving details of accommodation inspected is usually acceptable for this purpose. Above all, the Entry Clearance officer must be satisfied that the accommodation will not become overcrowded within the definition of the Housing Act 1985 or that it will not contravene public health regulations.”

WHAT IS A PROPERTY INSPECTION REPORT FOR UK IMMIGRATION AND VISA?

A property inspection report is an independent assessment of the accommodation that is used to help the Home Office make a decision on a visa application. The property inspection report to be submitted with visa applications to ensure that the accommodation is not overcrowded and meets the minimum standards of living set out in the UK Housing Act.

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Independent assessment

This is to ensure that the property is suitable for the number of people who will be living there and that it is safe and healthy. This information must come from an independent body such as a qualified surveyor or an Environmental Health Officer.

If you are applying to live in the UK or are planning to bring a family member to live in the UK, the immigration authorities may require information about the housing conditions of the property you plan to live in.

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The following visa types may require a property inspection report:

  • Spouse visa
  • Fiance(e) visa
  • Unmarried partner visa
  • Parent visa
  • Child visa
  • Dependent relative visa
  • Visa extension 
  • Or any visa type that require adequate accommodation requirements.
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Inspection Guidance

“Obtain an independent assessment of the number of rooms and occupants of the proposed accommodation. A report from a suitably qualified body certifying that a personal inspection has been carried out and giving details of accommodation inspected is usually acceptable for this purpose. Above all, the Entry Clearance officer must be satisfied that the accommodation will not become overcrowded within the definition of the Housing Act 1985 or that it will not contravene public health regulations.”

Housing Inspection Report for UK Visa

When assessing an inspection the following criteria will be considered:

  • Free from category 1 hazards under the Housing Act 2004.
  • Is in a reasonable state of repair.
  • Is not statutorily overcrowded under the Housing Act 1985, Part X and shall have sufficient space to accommodate both the current occupiers and the applicant.
  • Free from conditions that may present a public health nuisance.