RICS Registered Valuers

Why use a RICS Registered Valuer?

Valuations underpin nearly all financial decisions from home mortgages to major investment and corporate finance transactions. Robust practice standards form the basis of high quality valuations. The RICS is the world's leading qualification for valuation professionals and is well respected by employers and clients the world over. In instructing an RICS Registered Valuer you can expect to receive the highest level of service.

Operating across a wide range of asset types, an RICS Registered Valuer should be your first port of call for providing you with a full spectrum of specialist knowledge, understanding and skills, including:

  • Reassurance
    RICS practice standards are renowned as the highest practice on ethics, valuation reporting and technical methods.
  • Protection
    All RICS Registered Valuers are strictly regulated and monitored to RICS standards.
  • Expertise
    The rigorous standards expected by the RICS demand core technical expertise, plus continuous training and development.

You will need an RICS Valuer if you are considering a Secured Lending Valuation, Probate, Expert Witness or Tax Planning Valuation. Our team include eight Registered Valuers as listed below.

Peter Hodges FRICS FAAV
Peter Hodges FRICS FAAV
With a farming family background, Peter joined Lambert & Foster in 1973. He leads the Rural Professional team as well as carrying out valuations for lending, tax and litigation purposes. He is also the Managing Partner. Outside the office Peter has a weakness for veteran and classic cars as well as country pursuits and golf.
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Nick Brandreth BSc FRICS
Nick Brandreth BSc FRICS
Nick hails from the Lincolnshire Fens and decamped to London in the late 1970’s to qualify at South Bank Polytechnic in surveying. Having married a Lincolnshire farmer’s daughter who decided to farm in Kent, he joined Lambert & Foster in the mid 1980’s to become the first non-auctioneering qualified surveyor in the Practice. Nick specialises in planning and development matters which has traditionally been centred around agricultural buildings but in more recent years has expanded into residential and some commercial development but always maintaining a strong link with agriculture and horticulture.
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Alan Mummery MRICS FAAV
Alan Mummery MRICS FAAV
From a farming family in East Kent, Alan joined Lambert & Foster in 1986. He leads the Farm Agency and Auction teams as well as undertaking specialist rural valuations for lending, tax and litigation purposes. Outside of work Alan maintains his farming interests and is a keen sports fan.
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Tim Duncan BSc (Hons) MRICS MARLA
Tim Duncan BSc (Hons) MRICS MARLA
Tim joined Lambert & Foster in 1994 and qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1996. He studied at De Montfort University, having been educated at Lancing College. Born in Tenterden and having lived all his life in East Sussex and more recently Kent, he knows the local area well. Tim’s expertise is in all aspects of building surveying and planning matters. He is an RICS Registered Valuer.Outside of work Tim enjoys shooting, vintage tractors and has a private pilot’s licence and is often in the skies carrying out aerial surveys!
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William Mathias BA (Hons) MSc MRICS FAAV
William Mathias BA (Hons) MSc MRICS FAAV
Associate Partner
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Katie Hurley B.Sc (Hons) M.Sc MRICS FAAV
Katie Hurley B.Sc (Hons) M.Sc MRICS FAAV
Associate Partner
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Jonathan Booth BA (Hons) MSc MRICS FAAV
Jonathan Booth BA (Hons) MSc MRICS FAAV
Rural Professional
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Ted Handley FRICS, FAAV, MCIArb
Ted Handley FRICS, FAAV, MCIArb
Consultant
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