Area of Work
Much of the work undertaken by the Practice is within a one hour drive of the office and the area of work therefore spans from Bournemouth to Brighton and up to Reading including outer and inner London.
We have dealt with projects as far away as Cornwall (Truro), Wales (Swansea & Cardiff), Kinston upon Hull (Yorkshire) and East Kent (Canterbury & Medway).
See the map below. Click on the index button top left or the coloured lines for more information.
When working for another firm, he received a Highly Commended award from the Stone Federation for the restoration of the Palladian Archway at Rousham Park Oxfordshire.
It was designed by William Kent at Rousham and is listed Grade 1.
The BEP logo is loosely based on the archway design, pictured below.
Brian Eyley Partnership offers the following services.
The BEP Practice
The trading name is Brian Eyley Partnership (Chartered Building Surveyors) but he also trades as Brian Eyley Photography (Architectural & Freelance Photographer)
The BEP archway logo © is used for both
The business is located near Fareham, close to M27 junctions 10 and 11 and convenient for access to locations along the south coast, towards London and further afield.
Date of establishment: 1 June 1991
Principal Principal: Brian E Eyley FRICS
Elected as Associate of RICS: 1975 (aged 25)
Elected as Fellow of RICS: 1984 (aged 34)
Brian Eyley has, for many years dealt with restoration, refurbishment and new-build works, together with a variety of building condition surveys. He has made a particular study of old buildings and has restored historic buildings, old cottages and converted barns and stables.
He was responsible for the restoration of a Grade I listed building designed by William Kent which was Highly Commended by the Stone Federation.
He has also been responsible for the design and construction of many new buildings including social housing, commercial, industrial units and new houses.
Between 1983 and 1991, Brian Eyley was a partner of Kennedy and Partners, who were acknowledged as one of the leading practices of building surveyors in the U.K. During that time he was responsible for running two branch offices.
Brian Eyley trained in central London with Herring Son & Daw before moving to the Oxford branch of King & Chasemore.
He was elected an Associate of the RICS in 1975 and a Fellow of the RICS in 1984 at the age of thirty four.
Brian Eyley has always taken an active role in the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.