Are you looking for specialist advice and guidance on licensed premises valuations? Venners are professional, qualified valuers for licensed trade premises, including pubs, hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs and care homes.
Venners are professional, qualified valuers for licensed trade premises throughout the UK and EU. We have a wealth of experience in all aspects of asset register management and valuation across the hospitality sector. This commonly includes: pubs, hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs, cafes and care homes. However, we also cater for the unusual and have successfully serviced buildings such as the Millennium Dome and The Methodist Halls
We specialise in providing valuation advice and offer up to date asset and inventory lists of your chattels as well as your fixtures and fittings. Having access to such information is vital for any business to accurately know its current value and critical if you are buying, selling or transferring ownership of property. It is also necessary to meet Recognised Accounting Standards and make a full insurance claim. To aid in these, Venners provides a quick and helpful service to determine your full inventory list and delivers it to you, to deadline, in a convenient format.
Venners valuers are flexible to your needs, fully independent and transparent so you can be assured that there is no conflict of interest surrounding your valuations. We can provide our service to the vendor only, the purchaser only or to both parties as you require.
We are able to provide specialist valuations for high value objects including fine art and antique furniture. We can also advise on imposed dilapidations fees and tenancy contracts and provide independent valuations to validate the monetary worth of improvements made by tenants since their ingoing valuations were compiled. This helps to bring about fairness for all parties, resolves disputes and can save you a lot of money and heartache.
Our General Manager for Inventory and Valuation, Wayne Chalk is an expert on value and serves on the Association of Valuers of Licensed Property (AVLP) panel of independent valuers which is set up to intervene should there be a dispute between two valuers who cannot agree a valuation.