Immigration Property Inspection Report Edinburgh

Property Inspection Report Edinburgh

Property Inspection Report Edinburgh: EcoGreen Engineers is a leading provider of property inspection reports for UK visas and immigration in Edinburgh. Our experienced inspectors inspect every property before producing a property inspection report.

Property Inspection Report Edinburgh
Property Inspection Report

What is a Property Inspection Report for UK visa and Immigration?

Property Inspection Report Edinburgh: A Property inspection report or home inspection report or immigration property report or property inspection report for spouse visa is an independent report required by the Home Office to establish that after the arrival of the applicant the accommodation or property will not be overcrowded and is suitable for living under the UK Housing Act.

The Property Inspection Report Edinburgh is used for a spouse or civil partners visa, fiancé/fiancée, and proposed civil partner, or any other visa/ immigration. It is to prove that new arrivals will not need to be further re-housed once they arrive in the UK.
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When you make an application to the british high commission or embassies, a confirmation is required by the Entry Clearance Officer. It is to ensure that when people move to the UK their accommodation will have an acceptable standard of repair and will not be overcrowded.

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Property Inspection Report: Who requires

Property Inspection Report
Property Inspection Report in Edinburgh

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Is property Overcrowded? How many people can occupy a room?

Under the housing law, there are two ways to calculate whether the home is overcrowded.

Our visa property inspection report meet all legal requirements

The important bit for property inspection reports for UKVI

  • is a risk-based evaluation tool to help identify and protect against potential risks and hazards to health and safety from any deficiencies identified in dwellings.  It applies to residential properties.
  • HHSRS assesses 29 categories of housing hazard. It helps to determine whether the property is rated as having category 1 or category 2.

The property inspection report for UK visas and immigration can be carried out  by a suitably qualified  and experienced professionals who is a member professional bodies such as Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) or Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) or RICS and have in-depth and updated knowledge of Housing Act 1985 or Housing Act 2004. 

Property Inspection Report Edinburgh: Areas Covered

  • Abbeyhill
  • Alnwickhill
  • Ardmillan
  • Baberton
  • Balerno
  • Balgreen
  • Bankhead, Edinburgh
  • Barnton, Edinburgh
  • Bawsinch and Duddingston
  • Bellevue, Edinburgh
  • Bingham, Edinburgh
  • Blackford, Edinburgh
  • Blackhall, Edinburgh
  • Bonaly
  • Bonnington, Edinburgh
  • Braepark, Edinburgh
  • Braid Hills
  • Broomhouse, Edinburgh
  • Broughton, Edinburgh
  • Brunstane
  • Bruntsfield
  • Bruntsfield Links
  • Buccleuch (parish), Edinburgh
  • Bughtlin
  • Burdiehouse
  • Burgh Muir
  • Burghmuirhead
  • The Calders
  • Calton Hill
  • Cammo
  • The Canongate
  • Canonmills
  • Carrick Knowe
  • Chesser
  • Church Hill, Edinburgh
  • Clermiston
  • Clovenstone
  • Colinton
  • Comely Bank
  • Comiston
  • Corstorphine
  • Craigcrook
  • Eastfield, Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh Park
  • Fairmilehead
  • Ferniehill
  • Fernieside
  • Firrhill
  • Forrester, Edinburgh
  • Fountainbridge
  • Gilmerton
  • Gogarloch
  • Goldenacre
  • Golfers Land
  • Gorgie
  • Gorgie-Dalry
  • The Grange, Edinburgh
  • Granton, Edinburgh
  • Grassmarket
  • Greenbank, Edinburgh
  • Greendykes
  • Greenhill, Edinburgh
  • Greenside, Edinburgh
  • Haymarket, Edinburgh
  • Hermiston, Edinburgh
  • Holy Corner
  • Craigentinny
  • Craigievar Estate
  • Craigleith, Edinburgh
  • Craiglockhart
  • Craigmillar
  • Craigour
  • Crewe Toll
  • Currie
  • Curriehill
  • Dalmeny
  • Dalry, Edinburgh
  • Davidson’s Mains
  • Dean Village
  • Drumbrae
  • Drylaw
  • Duddingston
  • Dumbiedykes
  • East Craigs
  • Holyrood, Edinburgh
  • Hunter’s Tryst
  • Ingliston
  • Inverleith
  • Jock’s Lodge
  • Joppa, Edinburgh
  • Juniper Green
  • Kaimes
  • Kingsknowe
  • Lauriston
  • Liberton, Edinburgh
  • Little France
  • Lochend, Edinburgh
  • Lochrin
  • Longstone, Edinburgh
  • Marchmont
  • Maybury
  • Mayfield, Edinburgh
  • Meadowbank, Edinburgh
  • Merchiston
  • Moray Estate
  • Moredun
  • Morningside, Edinburgh
  • Morton, Edinburgh
  • Mortonhall
  • Mountcastle, Edinburgh
  • Muirhouse
  • Murrayfield
  • New Town, Edinburgh
  • Newbridge, Edinburgh
  • Newcraighall
  • Newhaven, Edinburgh
  • Newington, Edinburgh
  • Niddrie, Edinburgh
  • Northfield, Edinburgh
  • Old Town, Edinburgh
  • Oxgangs
  • Parkgrove
  • Parkhead, Edinburgh
  • Piershill
  • Pilrig
  • Pilton, Edinburgh
  • Platinum Point
  • Polwarth, Edinburgh
  • Portobello, Edinburgh
  • Portsburgh
  • Powderhall
  • Prestonfield, Edinburgh
  • Quartermile
  • Raeburn Place
  • Ravelston
  • Redford, Edinburgh
  • Restalrig
  • Riccarton, Edinburgh
  • Roseburn
  • Saughton
  • Saughton Park
  • Sciennes
  • Seafield, Edinburgh
  • Shandon, Edinburgh
  • The Shore, Leith
  • Sighthill, Edinburgh
  • Silverknowes
  • Slateford
  • West Craigs
  • South Gyle
  • St Leonard’s, Edinburgh
  • Stenhouse, Edinburgh
  • Stockbridge, Edinburgh
  • West End, Edinburgh
  • Swanston, Edinburgh
  • The Inch, Edinburgh
  • Timber Bush
  • Tollcross, Edinburgh
  • Torphin
  • Trinity, Edinburgh
  • Wester Hailes
  • Turnhouse
  • Western Harbour, Edinburgh
  • Victoria Park, Edinburgh
  • West Coates
  • Warriston
  • Waterfront Edinburgh
  • Wester Broom
  • Westfield, Edinburgh

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Your question answered

The property inspection report are carried out by either Environmental Health Officer or Housing Consultants who are qualified and ensures that the property meets the required standard.

It is essential that applicant or sponsor should submit a property inspection report for a successful immigration process. The report establishes whether the property will be overcrowded or not.

Property Inspection Report for UK Immigration:

The property inspection report will help applicant’s or sponsor’s to confirm proposed accommodation with the addition of further members will not be OVERCROWDED. The report also identify whether there are health and safety risks at the property. 

Yes. We also can produce a Home Inspection Report within 24 hours depending on the location and additional cost.

No, the date of the certificate can not be back dated at any circumstances as it provides the current state of the property.

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