When you come to Connells, you come for quality know-how and consistency. Regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), we are qualified, experienced, and always professional. We pride ourselves on a thorough but fuss-free experience that doesn’t overwhelm clients with unnecessary jargon.

Our clients rely on our expertise and value our professional advice. That’s why our biggest investment is always in our people – our team are our heart.

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Connells Survey & Valuation offers over 30 years of trusted experience in the provision of residential property valuation and surveying services for both private home buying customers and corporate lender clients. We have held an ISO 9001:2015 Quality Assurance accreditation since 1995, which underlines our constant and continuing commitment to deliver quality service to our valued customers and clients.

Regulated by the RICS, we employ a large team of 350 qualified and experienced surveyors undertaking residential property valuation and survey inspections and reports for purchase and lending purposes across most of the UK.


We offer near national coverage across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland with qualified and experienced surveyors, working closely with our three regional customer service centres.

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We take sustainability seriously and have begun working towards setting some ambitious targets to reduce our impact on the environment, and to make sure our contributions become greater than the impact of our business operations.

By partnering with independent organisation Energy Savings Trust (EST) we’re taking our approach to zero carbon to the next level, setting clear targets to reach net zero in line with the scientific consensus on what the trajectory to net zero should be, and taking clear, impactful action that will guide many of our business decisions in the future.

EST’s Measure, Plan, Act service measures our greenhouse gas emissions and will support us in creating a net zero strategy based on science-based targets, and then implementing solutions to reduce emissions.