Estate management, clergy housing and property administration, client services
Your Property Department are:
John Carley MSc[Cons], MCIAT ACIOB, AssocRICS
Simon Ferris BSc, LLB, MRICS
Deputy Diocesan Surveyor
Shawn Donneky BSc MRICS
Duygu Riley BA Hons
Part-time Building Technician
Secretary to Property Department
Part-time Secretarial Assistants
01722 411933, email@example.com
Fax: 01722 329833
Our work includes:
The Property Department is responsible for 270 houses for parish clergy, including assistant curates, and for the Suffragan Bishops. More here.
The Department offers building surveying and other technical services to Church-related organisations at commercial rates of fee and commission. More here.
In comparison with many other Dioceses, Salisbury has a small glebe estate, approaching some 1800 acres, mainly of farmland without buildings but there are a few houses, cottages and barns. More here.
The Diocese has been instrumental in the provision of 5 entirely new places of worship in the last 20 years. The Property Department is responsible for finding and purchasing sites which are then leased to the PCCs to take on as a local building project with the diocese, often providing grant aid. More here.
The Property Department offers property-related advice to parishes in many areas including trees in churchyards and assistance in solving specific property management issues referred to the Diocesan Trusts Officer for parish halls and other local church property.
- The Diocesan Surveyor is a member of the General and Membership Committees of the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association.