Charles Kingsley-Evans is an acknowledged expert in property matters. After obtaining an MA in Modern History and Modern Languages (with a special paper on English Architecture) at the University of Oxford, he became a Professional Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He has property valuation experience going back over more than 35 years and is an RICS Registered Valuer. He is able to carry out a wide variety of valuation and other surveying missions, including Probate valuations and RICS Homebuyer Reports.
Charles has held senior roles in several major international surveying firms and in the public sector (in national and local government, including the Valuation Office Agency and the Ministry of Justice), where he exercised quasi-judicial authority. He has in-depth experience of a range of property markets, covering residential, commercial and land assets.
Charles Kingsley-Evans is fully qualified as an Arbitrator, with a Level 5 Diploma in Arbitration. He is a Member of the RICS President's Panel of Arbitrators and of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He regularly provides Expert Witness reports for the resolution of property disputes of various types.
Charles is happy to provide valuation and general property advice for clients in Sussex, Devon, Cornwall, the Thames Valley (Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire), East Anglia (Suffolk and Norfolk) and Central London. Other locations can be covered by prior arrangement.
Charles was based in France for a number of years and has worked in property markets across Europe. He has professional-standard language skills, including bilingual French and a good working knowledge of Spanish. He has undertaken a vast number of translation missions of many different types and also served as a conference interpreter for major corporate clients.