cromer

WOODROWS is an entirely independent firm of Chartered Surveyors and property professionals which was established in North Norfolk in 1990. It’s offices are situated in the centre of the popular coastal town of Cromer, some 23 miles north of the city of Norwich.

From our Cromer office we cover all of the county of Norfolk but have particular expertise in the towns of Cromer, Sheringham, Holt, Fakenham, North Walsham and Aylsham as well as all the surrounding villages.

The firm was established by Ken Woodrow, a Chartered Surveyor who was born in North Norfolk. He has practised in the area for over 30 years and was previously a partner in a larger Norwich based practise.

In 2012 he was joined by another Chartered Surveyor, Steve Scott-Fawcett, who was formerly a partner in a larger East Anglian practise but is now a consultant with Woodrows. Jonathan Hodgetts, who graduated from Reading university in 2011, is a young assistant surveyor who again has a local pedigree, having attended school in Sheringham.

Letting and Management

We have specialised for many years in providing a full property management and lettings service throughout North Norfolk, including residential, commercial and agricultural properties.

Surveys and Valuations

We undertake surveys of all types of residential and commercial properties, together with freehold, leasehold and rental valuations. These include valuations for property purchase, lettings, probate and matrimonial matters, bank security and taxation purposes. Ken Woodrow and Steve Scott-Fawcett are both Regulated Valuers.

Commercial and other professional services

We have wide experience of commercial freehold and rental valuations throughout North Norfolk and undertake negotiations in respect of lease renewals, rent reviews, rating advice and appeals and general landlord and tenant matters. We are agents for the sale of commercial properties but are no longer residential estate agents, having sold that branch of the business in 2004.

We advise on Town and Country Planning issues, negotiating with the local planning authority and submitting planning applications in liaison with local architects, where appropriate.