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Wye College, Kent

Wye College, also known as the College of St Gregory and St Martin at Wye, was an educational school in the small town of Wye, Kent, England, 60 miles (100 km) east of London in the North Downs area. It was created in 1447 as a college for the training of priests by John Kempe, Archbishop of York.

Thomas Gauge (or Gange) is listed as the master of the institution in 1460. The school relocated to larger facilities in 1894, and the South Eastern Agricultural College was founded in the buildings, with Alfred Daniel Hall as principal.

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January 6, 2022


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SE Asbestos Surveys

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At SE Asbestos Surveys Ltd we are qualified to inspect any property or building to ascertain the location & risk of asbestos based materials.

Covering Kent, Surrey, Essex, Sussex and Hampshire, our experienced team of asbestos experts will discuss your requirements onsite. We will then deliver a full report where we will outline all aspects of the survey and our recommendations for any removal of materials.

Asbestos Risk Assessment

  • Identify any risk to your health
  • Identify which people may be harmed by these risks
  • Identifying exact precautions which will remove or reduce the risks
  • Detailing the survey results and risks and implementing them
  • Reviewing and updating the ongoing risk assessment as required