Faithorn Farrell Timms is a Chartered Surveyors’ Practice that works for people. Though property is at the heart of what we do, it’s through people and community that our work finds purpose.

Established in 2001, FFT has evolved into a well-known and respected Practice. We offer a diverse range of innovative professional services to our ever-growing portfolio of clients across multiple sectors.

Operating from three regional offices, we work with housing associations, local authorities, educational institutions, fund managers, health and leisure providers, and commercial developers to deliver work that makes a difference.

We use our professional expertise to consult on all aspects of construction and property asset management. With our assistance, clients can make effective decisions that benefit their communities and uphold the highest standards.

How we work

Your reputation speaks volumes about your organisation, which is why we take personal responsibility for your project’s success. A dedicated Partner is involved in every project we undertake. We’re experienced, qualified RICS regulated professionals, accredited across a range of disciplines. We invest in the development of our people and have an open, honest culture. The outcome is twofold: a great reputation cemented over twenty years of practice, and the best service and results for our clients.

You can trust our consultancy teams to deliver projects requiring the traditional disciplines of Building Surveying, Employers Agent, Quantity Surveying, Project Management as well as specialism such as Strategic Asset Management, Stock Rationalisation, Procurement, Construction Health & Safety and Building Safety Risk Assessment.

We are equipped to provide a personally tailored service, with a national reach. Regardless of the scope or value of a project, our enthusiasm remains constant.

social responsibility

With considerable experience in and a commitment to the public sector, we take Social Responsibility very seriously.

The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 stipulates that all public bodies must consider how the services they procure or commission might contribute to the economic, social and environmental wellbeing of their local communities.

We understand this and play an active role in assisting our clients to identify regeneration, employment and training opportunities for their residents and the wider local communities.

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To support our continued growth, we are always interested in hearing from high-calibre, ambitious and driven candidates.

As a dynamic and growing practice, we are regularly seeking to recruit new professional, technical and support staff. Information on current vacancies is provided below.

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