About PRC Certificates and The PRC Process


Our Services

Tackling the complexity that lies beneath a PRC home, ensuring a smooth process for you.


Understanding the industries we work with.


Our Mission

Our mission is to give expert unbiased advice, guide you through the PRC process, add value to your PRC property and contribute to your success whether you are selling, investing or buying a family home. Our certified Financial Consultants and Engineers are experts in providing the very best advice and care along with the highest grade of certification to insure maximum financial acceptance by the Lenders.

About Me

We have all been dealing with the successes and pitfalls of PRC for many years. My name is Sue Hill and I have been working in the industry for over 15 years. My role is to offer unbiased advice, consultation, inspections and project management to both individuals and corporate clients.

Supporting you

Whether it’s a general enquiry, property advice, property identification, Client investment, Financing, Engineering, or Certification, collating the relevant services for your personal situation or project managing from start to finish, we can put a plan together to cover what YOU need in the PRC Process!

Getting a Mortgage

Mortgageability is vital, we are able to ensure this is achieved by tailoring advice, guidance and the highest certification to your individual situation. Achieving the required standards and with the best PRC Certification to cover your home, you will satisfy the criteria set down by the Lenders and you or the property owner will have a viable market value asset.


Cost of PRC licenced repairs


No of PRC Homes


Cost of our services

Learn more about the history of PRC homes.

  • As well as the pre-war housing shortage, nearly half a million homes were destroyed or made uninhabitable by war time bombing. From 1945 plans were put in place to relieve the acute overcrowding in British homes. Prefabrication was adopted on a massive scale as a way of urgently supplying new homes.





  • Following the Second World War, people wanted to help rebuild the nation, the welfare state was established, the railways nationalised and the hugely ambitious plan to bring good healthcare to all, financed by taxation, was realised with the creation of the NHS. The need to rebuild homes in great numbers led to a period of rapid experimentation, particularly in planning.


  • The period up to 1959 led to much closer conformity between the quality of public and private homes and also by the changes in the 1949 Housing Act that enabled local authorities to provide housing for all.




  • In this period there were very significant developments in the planning system. Perhaps the most significant was the Town and Country Planning Act of 1947, which was a response to uncontrolled expansion of the suburbs which started in the 1930s. This Act established enduring planning principles that still apply today. Town planning came of age, particularly in the development and evolution of the so called New Towns, which started with the initial approval for Stevenage in 1946.
  • In the development of these towns and other residential areas, planners were adopting new concepts and following the Second World War many PRC homes were built when there was an urgent need for housing at a time when traditional building materials and skilled labour were in short supply. This led to the construction of low cost ‘Non Traditional’ and easily erected properties. These houses were only ever meant to be a short-term solution to the challenge and were homes fit for heroes returning from the war.