Robert Morfield MRICS

Experienced building surveyor in Guildford Robert Morfield MRICS provides detailed survey reports throughout the Guildford area, as well as wider Surrey, Hampshire, West Sussex, East Sussex, London and the South East of England in general. His attention to detail and expert knowledge delivers a report you can rely upon during the purchase of your property or in the development of a property you own.

Robert Morfield MRICS has been a principal since 1992 and is an expert in party wall matters and planning permissions as well as providing a plethora of chartered surveyor services to both the residential and commercial sectors.

Robert is also well respected for his architectural services and uses the latest CAD software in his practice.

About Robert Morfield


MRICS and Registered Valuer

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Date Qualified:

December 1991

Areas Covered:
Guildford and the surrounding area, Surrey, Hampshire, West Sussex, East Sussex, London and the South East

Robert provides the following survey services:

  • Expert witness reports
  • Property valuations for probate, Help to Buy and Shared Ownership
  • Expert Witness Reports
  • Lease extension valuations
  • Schedule of dilapidation

Check our availability and competitive Building Survey pricing - Call 0333 344 3234 (local call charges apply)

Robert Morfield MRICS
"We were extremely happy with the structural survey conducted by Rob Morfield appointed through SAM - he was very accommodating with regards to our questions and particular requests."

5 out of 5 Building Surveyor in Oxted for Sarah Tarr (click and read more reviews)


Speak up if you have any concerns!

A surveyor’s report nearly always finds some issues or defects, especially with older properties. If the surveyor does find any faults, it's worth remembering that the issue is not just about the cost of repairing those faults but also the amount of upheaval that repair work can cause and the time it can take to do it. If you feel overwhelmed, you can always 'walk away' from the property as you’re not committed yet or you can renegotiate to account for the loss of enjoyment and repair costs.