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SurveyKit, The new app for your Schedule of Condition

SurveyKit, The new app for your Schedule of Condition

Four years after launching our flagship product Party Wall PRO, on the 23rd of September 2019 we officially released our second software tool for Party Wall Surveyors: SurveyKit. SurveyKit is the only software designed specifically for party wall Schedule of Condition reports. In this blog post I will explain how this new project was born and talk a bit about the problems that SurveyKit is solving. How did it all begin? Back in the early days of Party Wall PRO we…

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Your Key Performance Indicators will boost your business

Your Key Performance Indicators will boost your business

I talk to party wall surveyors as much as I can because, as I am running Party Wall PRO,  it is my duty to understand how the industry is doing and where it is heading. Not being a surveyor myself, I need to understand the subtleties of what drives surveyors’ businesses and the profession as a whole. Over the past year, the majority of people I talk to are telling me that things have slowed down.  The reasons are numerous…

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Party Wall PRO Year End Recap 2018

Party Wall PRO Year End Recap 2018

This blog post is about the most important events and highlights of 2018 here at Party Wall PRO: January/February: The first achievement of the year was rolling out the Online Acknowledgement Forms (OAF) which allows Adjoining Owners to go “paperless”. They finally can fill acknowledgment forms online on a page that resembles the paper version. The Building Owner’s surveyor receive a response very quickly which enables them to carry on with the process rather than wait several days or even…

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The Effect of GDPR on Party Wall Surveyors

The Effect of GDPR on Party Wall Surveyors

The effect of the General Data Protection Regulations on party wall surveyors. Data protection has always been one of those buzzwords that people tend not to get too exercised about and I don’t blame them. Even big corporations dealing with millions of customers on a daily basis sometimes fail to give data protection enough attention. Some of them found out the hard way: Talk-Talk was fined £400,000 in October 2016. Under the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and for…

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