Taylor Williams Daley Limited is a well established firm of Chartered Building Surveyors originating in 1987. We specialise in residential and commercial property services. Ranging from pre-purchase RICS surveys and valuations to Party Wall Work and contract administration. Both of our Director Surveyors offer over 40 years of experience and knowledge.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to providing a professional and supportive service at all times. In our years of experience; buying, selling and maintaining properties can be daunting and we aim to be an invaluable piece of the process.
Mark Williams Studied at Reading University graduating in 1977 with a degree in building Surveying.
While working for a small firm of Chartered Surveyors in Mayfair he obtained his membership of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and subsequently became a fellow of the RICS in 1993.
Although working on many varied and diverse projects involving all aspects of Building Surveying, Mark now specialises in Party Wall Work and pre-purchase residential surveying. He is also a member of both the Pyramus and Thisbe Society and the Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors.
Christopher Daley is one of the building surveying director of the practice. He started as a trainee surveyor in Local Government in the early 1970’s and at the same time attended at the Polytechnic of the South Bank on a part time basis and obtained a Graduate Diploma in Building Surveying in 1979. He qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1981.
He has wide experience of building surveying, starting initially in the District Surveyors service, but went on to become involved in residential refurbishment work and major building maintenance, both in the public and private sector. His current workload continues to include building defect identification and contract administration work, project management, party wall work, dilapidations and general valuation and building surveys. Christopher also deals with most of the ecclesiastical work in the practice, which included works to Historic Buildings. He is a member of the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors association.