Simon Munnings BSc (Hons) MRICS FAAV
Simon originally worked in practical farm management, but at the end of the 1990s he returned to full time education and gained an honours degree in Rural Land Management from the University of Plymouth. He then worked as an Estates Surveyor at South West Water dealing with the laying of pipelines and land acquisitions on capital schemes throughout Devon and Cornwall.
In 1997 he moved to Wimborne to work with Symonds & Sampson. He initiated the estate agency department at that office. He subsequently became a partner in the firm and also held the title of head of the property valuation department. After 6 years working as partner in Wessex Surveyors Simon started Dorset Property Surveys in 2015.
Sam Munnings MSc MRICS
Sam has a Masters Degree in Rural Estate Management from Royal Agricultural College and qualified as a chartered surveyor in 2005. Following seven years at Symonds & Sampson, where she undertook valuation and planning work, she moved to Bournemouth Borough Council to take up the role of Senior Valuer, working on all aspects of estate management.
After three years Sam moved on to the Environment Agency, first working in their planning department and then moving to the role of Senior Estates Surveyor, working on capital projects dealing will a range of land issues from property acquisitions and access arrangements to compensation and reinstatement. In 2015 Sam joined with Simon to start Dorset Property Surveys.
- Full Building Survey
- HomeBuyers Survey and Valuation
- Condition Report
- Buildings Insurance Valuation
- Schedule of Dilapidations or Condition
- Boundary Dispute Advice
- Expert Witness Reports
- Planning Advice
A little background on Blandford Forum:
A fording point since Anglo-Saxon times, Blandford Forum was originally known as Blaen-y-Ford and recorded as Blaneford in the Domesday Book. Noted for its fascinating Georgian architecture, but due to a fire in 1731 much of Blandford was rebuilt during the 18th century, leaving it with prominent buildings such as the Corn Exchange and the Parish Church building of St Peter and St Paul.