Internal asbestos in a 1950s home: The ceilings look like they've been covered in woodchip paper. Is this a concern? It's in good condition and the reading around that I've done suggests that removing it is a non-specialised job i.e., if it comes off in sheets it can just be steamed off as normal by a general builder.
Beyond that is there anything in normal house construction that's worth scrutinising? Our surveyor didn't note anything other than the ceilings, but can general plaster or plasterboard be a concern, just because it's from that era?