1) Don’t just rely on the market value of your property when purchasing building insurance. The cost to rebuild a property can sometimes be a lot more or less than this.

2) We recommend that you have a Reinstatement Valuation undertaken every few years to ensure that the figure you provide to your insurance company is up-to-date.

GP Surgery Reinstatement Valuations

Are you paying too much insurance or should you be increasing your insurance to cover rebuilding costs should the worst occur?

If you’re not sure, you must call us now on 0114 281 5850 or email so we can assess it for you.

A Reinstatement Valuation [or Reinstatement Cost Assessment] is an estimation of the cost of rebuilding a property following total destruction. An accurate assessment will eliminate the risks associated with under insurance and will avoid payment of excessive premiums for over insurance.

GP Surveyors are able to undertake a Reinstatement Valuation of your GP surgery premises. This assessment will:

  • Ascertain the cost of demolition and subsequent rebuilding to the current standard of the GP property
  • Provide a report which states the estimated rebuild time, allowing a contingency plan to be implemented and ensuring services can be maintained for your patients

All of the Reinstatement Cost Assessments undertaken by GP Surveyors follow best practice guidance provided by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

* Please contact us for up to date fees.

“You provided exceptional service and kept me informed at all times.”

Lawrie Harding
Elmwood Medical Centre, Buxton

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Q: The building insurance for my GP practice premises is up for renewal. I had an assessment for the reinstatement cost several years ago. Will this figure still be valid?

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