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A condition report is a vital tool in any planned maintenance strategy as it highlights any defects, problems or potential dangers that might exist. The report is based on a visual inspection of all the main elements of the property and serves as an effective tool for forecasting future maintenance costs.

Our condition reports will systematically cover all the key elements of the building, identify any problems and give professionally estimated costs for repairs and refurbishment. The information provided in a condition report can also be used to renegotiate the price of the property, or to simply provide peace of mind that the property has no immediate and obvious problems. 

Testimonial

“Hookway have helped to transform our aging washrooms over the past few months with minimum disruption to the school. Project management and funding application have been undertaken by Hookway in a very professional and helpful manner and we look forward to working with them in the future. ”

“I lose count of the amount of positive comments we receive from visitors on how great the new build looks and it really fits in well with the existing building.”

“Hookway have been excellent and our English block looks and feels like a new building. ”

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Over £12 million CIF secured for 45 academies in 2020

Hookway has successfully secured over £12 million in Condition Improvement Funding (CIF) in 2020 for 45 delighted academies.

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Hookway delivers CIF projects in time for the new school year

Over the past months Hookway's surveyors have been working on numerous condition improvement projects, ensuring that all work is completed in time for the start of a new academic year.

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Hookway secures £7.5 million worth of CIF bids for academy clients

We've helped over 30 academies secure a combined total of £7.5 million to address significant building condition needs.

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