Located just outside the city of Leeds in the picturesque village of Follifoot, David Moor is perfectly placed to offer a wealth of property knowledge, with direct access to Leeds, via the A1 or Leeds Road. In addition to property valuations and structural building surveys, David Moor can instruct with the following:
Building Surveyors Leeds
David Moor, Established Building Surveyors In Leeds
- Rent Reviews
- Landlord/tenant matters
- Probate valuations
- Party wall matters
- Boundary disputes
- Listed Buildings
- Fire Insurance Valuations
The Residential and Commercial Benefits
Situated on the River Aire, Leeds is commonly regarded as the financial centre of the North. A popular and vibrant city well known for its cosmopolitan lifestyle, Leeds continues to steadily grow in line with population demands. Leeds is an ideal choice of city for both families and single professionals alike, benefiting from a competitive selection of schools and variety of career opportunities. These qualities coupled with strong bus, rail and motorway transport networks enables Leeds to be perfectly placed for both commercial and residential opportunities, with many commuters basing themselves in Leeds in order to regularly venture either to the North or South of the country. This travel network also enables easy access for the city’s regular visitors. With the impressive Leeds Play house, often showing a wealth of popular dramas, the superb range of restaurants and exciting nightlife through to the frequent football matches held at Leeds United’s Elland Road ground, you’ll never be short of things to see or do.
A Brief History of Leeds
Despite Leeds city centre’s clean and modern appearance, there is actually a wealth of local history to be found, with some reaching back to before the industrial revolution. Some of the Cities heritage can even be found in the spacious and exclusive shopping precincts. The best example of this might be the Victorian theme that runs through the handsome Victoria Quarter. Perhaps another perfect example of Leeds historic journey to current incarnation, the name Leeds actually stems from the Latin word Lodis. In the 5th century Lodis was a forest, which offered a sustainable environment and so began the series of events which helped it to become the city of Leeds.
Property Advice Is Essential
As with many of England’s large cities, Leeds has a strong blend of architecture, harking back to different periods of structural design. With the modern and old now standing shoulder to shoulder, accurately placing a property’s date can be difficult at first glance. Even on closer inspection, many structural issues lay beneath the cosmetic surface so having the right advice from the outset can literally save both time and money.
David Moor’s Leeds Experience
Having been based in Leeds since 1978 and previously owning a multi office estate agency with branches throughout the City David Moor is a past president of the Leeds Estate Agents and Surveyors Association. He has an in depth knowledge of the City from busy Moortown Alwoodley and Oakwood in the North to the vibrant villages of Chapel Allerton and Headingley- much favoured by students attending both Universities as well as Horsforth , Rawdon, Pudsey and Morley. We regularly survey property in Garforth Kippax Rothwell and Woodlesford as well as the popular Villages of Bramhope, Thorner , Barwick in Elmet and Sherburn in Elmet” We might also say David Moor has long standing family ties to the city being distantly related to Cuthbert Brodrick the Architect who designed the Town Hall, Corn Exchange as well as a number of churches throughout the City.