Pre-Purchase Inspections

H21 is able to advise potential purchases of heritage buildings prior to purchase on the amount and type of changes that can be made to the subject heritage building.

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What is this report for?

If you are contemplating the purchase of heritage property, you would be better of obtaining expert heritage advice from H21 as to what changes can and cannot be made to the building or site that you intend purchasing. Many heritage buildings have different levels of heritage significance within them. Some parts may comprise exceptional heritage significance and other parts little. You need to know what these are. H21’s expert consultants are abled to readily make such determinations where such information is not available from any other sources.

What is in this report?

The inspection and advice is provided by H21 to assist you in understanding the limitation of any heritage property. It is required for planning and designing modifications intended to the property by assisting owners, architects and designers in integrating new work into heritage context appropriately and without generating negative heritage outcomes.

Why do I need this report?

Basically, to save you a lot of money by getting an instant understanding from H21’s heritage experts prior to making a decision to purchase a heritage property and hereby avoiding intrinsic pitfalls comprised within.

When do I need this report?

Prior to purchasing a heritage listed property or a contributory item in a heritage conservation area.

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