The sixth edition of Valuation: Principles into Practice continues to be both a core text for all students undertaking surveying qualifications and a handy reference guide for valuers in practice. The new edition has been thoroughly updated with nine completely re-written chapters. The book provides extensive details of valuation principles and practices in agricultural, commercial, residential, industrial and leisure sectors. The balance of academic and practicing contributors explore the law and regulation within the field of valuation and include chapters on valuations for financial investments, taxation and rating insurance, as well as useful case studies and detailed approaches to valuation procedures for a variety of properties from farms to public houses.
With extensive market knowledge and the obvious benefit of his involvement with the five previous editions, Richard Hayward brings the sixth edition well into the twenty-first century. The book continues it’s tried and tested melding of ‘town and gown’, and the twenty six contributors to the twenty three chapters are all leading specialists in their fields.
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About the Author
Richard Hayward is a chartered surveyor who specialised in compensation. For much of his working life he has combined professional practice with teaching and was until 1997 Principal Lecturer in Valuation at the University of East London.
Table of Contents
1. Agricultural Property 2. Residential Properties 3. Leasehold Enfranchisement 4. The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 5. Industrial and Distribution Properties 6. Offices 7. Retail Properties 8. Taxation 9. Compulsory Purchase 10. Compensation for Planning and other Restrictions on the Use of Land 11. Minerals 12. Rating 13. Development Properties 14. Garages, Petrol Filling Stations and Motorway Service Areas 15. Rent Review and Lease Renewals, Commercial Property 16. Valuation for Financial Statements 17. Public Houses 18. Hotels 19. Leisure Properties 20. Easements and Wayleaves for Sewers, Pipelines and Cables 21. Assessments for Insurance Purposes 22. The Valuation of Care Homes 23. Negligence and Valuations