Since 1993 he has established his own practice Wilbourn Associates specialising in Land Quality Statements, Environmental Screenings, Contaminated Land Valuations as well as Economic Regeneration.The practice produces 45,000 residential and 3000 commercial environmental reports each month.The practice is based in Sheffield from where it undertakes projects throughout the UK for clients as diverse as multi national companies and pension funds to home owners who want to find out whether their house is at risk from environmental impediments. In 1997 the the practice sponsored research with teh Investment Property Forum and the Pat Allsop Trust which was undertaken by the College of Estate Management. The Report 'Is it Worth the Risk? The Impact of Environmental Risk on Property Investment Valuation' was published in April 1997.
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Philip Wilbourn is a Chartered Surveyor and a Chartered Environmentalist. He one of the leading experts on the relationship between the value of all forms of commercial property, contaminated land and the development / investment markets. He is the immediate past Chairman of the Environment Faculty of the RICS.
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