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7th Aug 2014

Kingfisher Publish Their European Home Report 2014

National Energy Services’ parent company, Kingfisher, the home improvement retailer whose businesses include B&Q and Screwfix in the UK, has unveiled the second instalment of its European Home Report, two years on since the first: a survey of 17,000 householders' attitudes to home improvement, covering nine European countries.

30th Jul 2014

Thank you to all who attended the SAVA School of Surveying Open Day last week. We were greatly encouraged by the number of people who braved the heat and the motorway traffic to attend, and the great feedback we received both during and after the event. It was fantastic to hear such excitement about the new Diploma in Residential Surveying and Valuation (Dip RS Val) from the attendees and also the represented firms.

14th Jul 2014

The Diploma

Starting in September, the SAVA School of Surveying are offering the Diploma in Residential Surveying and Valuation (Dip R Surv & Val).

Learners who successfully complete the new qualification will be able to practise as residential surveyors, join the SAVA Scheme and produce Home Condition Surveys.

10th Jul 2014

We have listened to your feedback about the payment method for report registrations and lodgements on NES one and have made some changes. We are pleased to announce that we are moving over to payment by direct debit on a monthly basis. For information about how to sign up for payment by direct debit, and to see the benefits to you of the new statement functionality, watch the video below.

8th Jul 2014

We are working hard to raise the profile of the Home Condition Survey (HCS) and have been considering several ways to advertise the product to the public. As you may know, the ‘Find an Assessor’ function on this website is useful, but only when a member of the public knows they want a HCS. 

What about those who have never heard of the HCS?

To address this problem and spread the word, we have created a new customer-facing website, aimed at members of the public who are looking for a residential survey.

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