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Salisbury is a cathedral city and the only city in Wiltshire. Stonehenge, constructed between 3000 and 2000 BC, is close by.

It has a wide variety of houses, including Georgian cottages in the High Street, Georgian country houses in Netheravon, Victorian terrace houses in Wyndham Terrace, 1920s semi-detached properties in Devizes Road and many properties built in the latter half of the 20th century.

New build developments include barn conversions in Bishopstone, semi-deatched houses in Longhedge (some offered under shared ownership) and apartments in Pearce Way.


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Properties in Salisbury which are built in close proximity to the River Avon and the River Bourne, in streets such as Exeter Street and St Ann Street, are in an area where flood warnings and alerts are issued from time to time.

If you are concerned that a property you are looking to buy is in a flood risk area, you should consider getting a flood risk report (click for more details).
Properties in some areas of Salisbury may be affected by environmental constraints.

A recent environmental search carried out for a property in Vicarage Gardens revealed that the property was within 250m of an area likely to be impacted by environmental constraints. These included environmentally sensitive areas, Avon Valley .

Areas which have been designated as having environmental or historical importance may impose constraints on property or land developments or alterations.
Properties in various parts of Salisbury, including streets such as Vicarage Gardens and Salisbury Road A345, may well be affected by the Crossrail schemes.

If you are buying a property in the area and this is of concern to you, you may well wish to consider purchasing an Energy & Infrastructure Report. or a report specific to either of the two rail schemes mentioned.

WiltshireWiltshire is a county in South West England and its county town is Trowbridge. It has high downland and wide valleys and is arguably most notable for the Stonehenge and Avebury ancient stone circles found on Salisbury Plain. It also contains a number of well known country houses including Longleat and Stourhead. The landlocked county borders Dorset, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Gloucestershire and Berkshire.

Originally Wiltshire's county town was Wilton but the county council is now based in Trowbridge. Salisbury is the county's only city although Swindon, which has five times as many people as Salisbury (around 210,000), is its most populated built-up area.

The M4 is the one motorway going through the county and the main transport hub is Swindon, which has regular direct trains to London Paddington and other major conurbations. The nearest major airport is Southampton.

There are three universities in Wiltshire, all located in Swindon. These are; Cranfield University, a postgraduate-only institution, which has strong links with industry and the business world; the University of the West of England and the University of Bath in Swindon.

Wiltshire has many attractions, some of which are very quirky, including Burlington, a huge nuclear bunker which can accommodate 4,000 people, Longleat Safari Park, the Kennet & Avon Canal Museum in Devizes, the Swindon and Cricklade Railway and Salisbury Cathedral.

Swindon also hosts the Magic Roundabout, which has been voted the UK's scariest road junction.

Listed Building Surveyors Salisbury

We have local RICS surveyors who specialise in listed building surveys in Salisbury. To find out more go to - Listed Building Surveys - Building Surveyor and Survey Cost in Salisbury

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Salisbury Planning Application Search

You can review what planning applications have been granted or denied for properties in your area by contacting Wiltshire Council at County Hall, Bythesea Rd, Trowbridge BA14 8JN, telephone 0300 456 0100, or you can check for the most recently stored planning applications online here:


Read the following article if you are thinking about building an extension.

Home Buyers Survey in and around Salisbury

Our Building Surveyors specialise in the local area and have completed house surveys in West Grimstead, Pitton, Winterbourne Earls, Old Sarum, Quidhampton, Stockbridge and Charlton-All-Saints.

We employ only expert RICS Building Surveyors to undertake Home Buyers Surveys in Salisbury. Whether you are buying an old run down 'doer upper' or standard construction freehold house, our RICS surveyors have seen them all.

With a vast number of years of experience completing surveys on properties in Salisbury we'll be able to give you the detailed Salisbury HomeBuyers report that you will need to know and what defects there are with your property.


Home Buyers Survey Salisbury

Recently completed surveys near you:

  • Pembroke Road, Salisbury , SP2 9DJ
  • 25 North Street, Wilton, Salisbury, SP2 0HE
  • 29 Southampton Road, Whaddon, Salisbury, SP5 3EB
  • 31 Winchester Street, Salisbury, SP1 1HB
  • 8 Salisbury Street, Amesbury, Salisbury, SP4 7HD

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Our Building Surveyor uses their local knowledge of Salisbury to ensure they deliver a detailed homebuyers report to help you decide whether you should move forward with your home move or if you should pull out.

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We normally have availability within days of you booking and our turnaround for homebuyers survey reports is within 5 working days.

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Panel of RICS Surveyors

Ranging from 10 to 40 years all of our chartered RICS Surveyors are registered with and regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and have indemnity insurance that covers all of the work they undertake in a Home Buyers Survey in Salisbury.

Home Buyers Survey - What does it cover?

Our RICS Surveyor, during a Home Buyers Survey in Salisbury, whether a Building Survey (which used to be known as a Full Structural Survey) or a HomeBuyers Report, inspects both the inside and the outside of your property and searches in particular for subsidence, damp, infestations and any cracks or other damage to the property. The procedure is non-intrusive.

NB If you're a first time buyer, you might wish to click on What is a House Survey to find out more, including what happens during the inspection.

Click to find out how much does a house survey cost (free, no obligation quote)
The Home Buyer Survey will report on issues found, however you need to make sure that you choose the right Home Buyer Survey for your property because some defects require further detail and this is best served by booking a Building Survey.

You can find a local RICS surveyor by using the search at the bottom RHS of this page.
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Do I get an aerial photograph of my property in the survey?

The HomeBuyer Report and Building Survey both assess the roof of the property by using 'high powered' binoculars from ground level and telescopic camera mounts to identify any possible issues with the roof.

Aerial photographs do not tend to lend any further useful information on a property especially as these can now be obtained from the internet by a general user and it be considered better use of a surveyor's time inspecting the property in person.