Dilapidation surveys are now an important part of the construction or demolition process.
A dilapidation report is a photographic and written property condition report on a construction site’s adjoining structures and surrounding areas. It is undertaken before and after construction works to identify any changes to the inspected areas.
A dilapidation report documents the condition of a property prior to, and after, construction or demolition on an adjoining property. These reports are appropriate for residential, commercial and government properties, as well as infrastructures such as council assets, tunnels, bridges and railways. There is an increasing demand for property condition reports as the majority of councils require property inspections to be undertaken as part of their development approval process.
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