Gooch & Burley Ltd

G&B Surveyors is an independent practice of Chartered Surveyors offering Professional Building Survey and Valuation Services to both Corporate and Private Clients. We look at individual cases assessing the type and cost of survey to meet the requirement of the individual. We want to give you the best survey for the best price to meet your needs. Call us for a quote. We operate in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Bristol and the West Midlands. All our surveyors are members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the pre-eminent organisation for property professionalism worldwide. All our surveyors are fully qualified and have, on average, 20 years’ experience in their respective fields

Type of surveyor

  • Chartered Surveyor

Business type

Private Practice

Surveying services

  • Building surveying
  • Commercial property
  • Condition surveys
  • Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
  • Period property
  • Residential property
  • RICS Home Surveys
  • Valuation
  • Damp
  • Rural property
  • RICS Building Survey
  • RICS HomeBuyer Report

Partners and Directors

  • Mr I R Comley BSc MRICS
  • Mr J Quinn AssocRICS
  • Mr J P Quinn FRICS
  • Mr M D Taylor MRICS


Registered Valuer

  • Mr I R Comley BSc MRICS
  • Mr J P Quinn FRICS
  • Mr J Quinn AssocRICS
  • Mr M D Taylor MRICS
Reveal number 01531 822777
RICS Regulated Firm
Firms that come under RICS regulation are easy to spot as they use the words 'Regulated by RICS' on their letterhead and other communication materials. Regulated firms must follow the RICS Rules of Conduct for Firms and are held to a higher standard in areas such as staff training, professional indemnity insurance, complaints handling and security of clients' money.


1st & 2nd Floor Offices, 4 High Street , Newent, Gloucestershire, GL18 1AN

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