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Protected building condition surveys

Structural survey inspection & building condition surveys of property on the RPS. At Dublin surveys we specialize in Georgian, Victorian, heritage & listed building condition surveys.

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Listed building survey.

A structural survey inspection or building condition survey of a listed building or property presents a wide array of complexities for a potential purchaser. Our specialist team of  building surveyors & structural engineers provide clients with concise reporting on buildings circa’ 1750 – 1950 built in Ireland.

Frequently asked questions when buying a listed building or protected structure.

What is listed or protected structure ?

Listed buildings or protected structures are buildings which the Local planning authority or county planning authority “consider to be of a special interest” from one of the following perspectives:

  • architectural
  • historical
  • archaeological
  • artistic
  • cultural
  • scientific, social or technical

The legislation relevant to protected structures & protected buildings is contained in the planning and development act – 2000 Part IV.

What are the legal considerations when purchasing a listed building or protected building?

Once a building or structure is on the RPS ( record of protected structures) any refurbishments or alterations to the building* or change in use will encounter a more stringent planning law & criteria from the local authority.  If a planned change in use or refurbishment of the building is foreseen our team can advise on what redevelopments (if any) will be permitted as works that are normally planning exempt may require planning permission on a protected or listed building. When buying a protected home or structure your solicitor should flag the protected status of the building during the conveyancing process.

What are the specific area’s of consideration when inspecting a listed building or protected structure?

  • Building materials & practices of the original construction period
  • Present condition of structure, masonry, timbers and the envelope.
  • Impact of modern building refurbishments carried out to the structure.
  • Impact of multiple changes in use of building during its lifetime.
  • Early, Medium & long term maintenance with a budget of costs associated.
  • Energy retention and management


Dublin surveys specialize in structural surveys and  building surveys of listed buildings and protected structures. Contact our building survey team on Dublin 085 1276288 for further information or to get a quote for a building survey click here. 

“Conspect Engineering & Dublin surveys have provided us with a very detailed and professional service (full structural survey). The engineer was very obliging, helpful and very thorough. We would not hesitate to recommend this company for any prospective customers.”

J. & J. Piskorscy – Monasterevin, Kildare

  pHONE – DUBLIN 085 1276288  

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