Philip Barmby BSc (Hons) MRICS is well-known to many property insurance loss adjusters. He has extensive industry experience having previously been a Director at Savills and BNP Paribas Real Estate over the past 20 years.
He has extensive experience in all property sectors within the UK and across Europe, to include high-end residential refurbishment, residential portfolios, TV studios, hotels, railway stations, retail parks, distribution centres/warehouses, student accommodation, social housing, shopping centres and large, multi-occupied office buildings.
Philip joined Brawdia in 2020 as Managing Director with the responsibility to lead our National Building & Project Consultancy Team.
Highly experienced and qualified, we are experts in co–ordinating projects with other professionals to ensure all works are completed efficiently, in compliance with quality and regulatory standards, and with minimum disruption.
Key elements include clients, contractors, design, procurement, planning, budget, project lifecycle, quality and financial controls, document management, contract administration, commissioning completion and handover, and managing defect periods.
We can also plan, manage and co–ordinate health-and-safety requirements under CDM Regulations 2015.Find out more
Defect analysis reports are produced for property stakeholders who have concerns about a single or number of defects to a property.
Examples could be cracks on walls, roof problems, damp penetration, condensation or subsidence. We can inspect a property, identify the seriousness of the defect, and produce an analysis report including photographs on the reasons for the problem and propose the best solutions with repair cost estimates.
We can arrange and manage remedial work too, ensuring the required repairs are done correctly and avoiding costly mistakes.Find out more
We excel in project management for insurance related work. We provide high quality, efficient project management for all stakeholders from beginning to end. We can assist in developing project management briefs and then select, appoint and co-ordinate the project team.
We have deep knowledge of the standards, systems, processes and technical matters of insurance related work. Also, we have the leadership and communication skills for negotiations, conflict resolution and strong team morale. Clients have total confidence in us.Find out more
We work with both tenants and landlords to assess, cost, negotiate and agree dilapidations claims.
We deal with dilapidations issues across a broad range of property types – from a single floor to portfolios of hundreds of properties.
Our dilapidation services include assessments of potential dilapidations liabilities, negotiation of dilapidations disputes for landlords and tenants, lease interpretation and advice, expert witness opinions.Find out more
Reinstatement Cost Assessments
The right level of insurance cover is a key element of your risk management strategy, whether you’re a property owner, occupier or investor.
We are experts in reinstatement cost assessments. We help clients avoid being under-insured, which would put them at risk of potential losses in a claim and ensure they do not pay too much if their property has been over-insured in the past.Find out more
Project monitoring focuses on protecting the client’s interests by identifying and advising on the risks associated with acquiring an interest in a development that is not under their direct control. Project monitoring is also known as development monitoring or acting as the bank, funder or tenant’s surveyor.
We offer project monitoring to a range of client types including funding institutions, which acquire development schemes as an investment on completion, tenants or purchasers committed to leasing or buying a property upon completion, development finance companies, grant funders, PFI funders and end-users. Project monitoring considers the developer and its chosen design and construction team’s performance in a pro-active and timely manner, keeping the client informed to make the best decisions.Find out more
Technical Due Diligence
Technical due diligence is the structured review, analysis, investigation and gathering of information about the physical characteristics of a property and/or land.
Put into a technical due diligence report, these can be used by a prospective buyer, occupier or financer to make an informed assessment of any risks from a technical perspective.
The process can identify any defects, damage or deficiencies that could impact on the asset’s value or the safety of occupants in the short, medium and long term.Find out more