Proofreading and editing

Having completed your written document, prior to its publication, whether in printed form, for publication online, or internally for distribution to the workforce, it is critical to ensure that is has been rigorously proofread and edited to eliminate any errors in relation to tense, spelling, grammar and sentence structure.  Published work that contains such errors not only adversely affects the presentation of your work but it can also impact on its readability and the audience perception of the quality of the message it contains.

How Re&d can help

Re&d can help you to avoid these problems. Here at Re&d we offer a high-level proofreading and editing service of 5* quality. Over the past twelve months we have proofread and edited well over 500 documents containing in excess of 2.5 million words.  This has been comprised of individual projects from 1-10,000 words to those consisting of 150,000 word or more. The type of projects we have been engaged in include the following:

  • Academia – essays, dissertations and thesis for students
  • Research – articles and projects for submission and publication in journals and books
  • Public authorities – reports and other policy documentation
  • Books – fiction and non-fiction
  • Business – documents for internal distribution, marketing projects and website content

Why use Re&d?

Re&d editors have over three decades of experience in business and the writing industry. We are a professional organisation that provides a top quality, which is confirmed by many of our clients who have rated our service as 5*.

At Re&d we offer a service that fits with your time requirements, with a minimum of 24 hours per 10,000 words.

We also provide you with a tracked and clean copy of the document we proofread and edit, together with a summary of the changes made and recommendations for areas of the work requiring improvement.

Our fees are £1.4 ($1.8) per hundred words. All you need to do is contact us on to let us know your requirements, make the payment and upload the document following our acknowledgement of your order.




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