for People with a Passion for Period Property
Ask an Agony Uncle!
Stephen Boniface - Stephen Boniface specialises in building conservation providing multi-disciplinary consulting services. He is Chairman of the Building Surveying Faculty and member of the Residential faculty. He serves on the RICS Building Conservation Forum Board and is the 'Agony Uncle' on the Period Property UK website (www.periodproperty.co.uk).

Ask our Agony Uncles ...

You can write to our panel of experts free of charge on any subject, providing it's got something to do with Period Properties.

Our experts are all specialists in matters directly involved with older properties. So, if you have a problem with an older building - or if you think you might have a problem - ask an Agony Uncle...

 
Leslie Roberts
(Kent)
Tom Jones
(Powys)
John Ball
(Wiltshire)
Kerrie Cameron
(Surrey)
Steve Morton
(Devon)
Christine Knox
(Devon)
Rosamund Richmond
(Yorkshire)
 
Stephen Andrews
(Yorkshire)
James Steven
(Strathclyde)
Jill Sinclair
(East Sussex)
Sue Cornah
(Shropshire)
Lynda Price
(London)
Jen Smith
(Yorkshire)
John Sidoli
(Caerphilly)
Louise Hedley
(Kent)
Steve Marston
(Derbyshire)
Jane Wilson
(Buckinghamshire)
Heather St Michael
(Oxfordshire)
 
Sue Holgate-Williams
(Greater Manchester)
Kay Dales
(Suffolk)
Beth Mosley
(Suffolk)
Robert Hodges
(Cambridgeshire)
Laura Cuss
(Norfolk)
Matthew Purcell
(Oxfordshire)
Peter Jones
(Devon)
Jenny Sutton
(Wiltshire)
Eddy Pearce
(Dorset)
Daragh McGinty
(Bristol)
Ambrin Dar
(Yorkshire)
 
Victoria Clayton
(Northamptonshire)
Julie Jones
(Cambridgeshire)
Michael Eames
(Surrey)
Becci Kearle
(Essex)
Lisa Costa
(Greater London)
Daniel Reilly
(Hampshire)
Suzette Booth
(Kent)
Hilary Twigg
(East Sussex)
Al Lamb
(Lancashire)
Nigel Miller
(Gloucestershire)