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We specialise in Acting as low cost Agreed Party Wall Surveyors between neighbours.
We also act for adjoining neighbours who have been served a Party Wall etc Act .1996 Notice.
Serving Party Wall Awards (agreements) and notices under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996.
Preparing detailed Schedule of Condition Reports.
Reviewing our Clients Drawings.
Final condition inspections and sign offs
Adjoining Owners Surveyor
You are entitled to appoint a adjoining owners party wall surveyor to represent your interests and maintain the integrity of your structure and your rights during the course of the works, the cost of which will be met by the building owner who has served notice and initiated the Party Wall et. Act 1996 as they're the party proposing the works.
If you have been served a party wall notice it's because your neighbour proposes to undertake building works that are notifiable under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 and could effect the areas of your property adjacent to these works.
Notifiable works can involve works to a party wall or party wall structure, building a new wall upto or astride the line of junction, or may involve excavations within 3m of your structure and to a depth lower than your existing foundations, or 6 meters of your property’s foundations at a 45 degree angle
We specialise in Acting as low cost Agreed Surveyors between neighbours!
The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 allows one party wall surveyor to represent both owners interests thus keeping costs down expediting the process and avoiding any delays to the works. As the jointly appointed Agreed Surveyor, we have a duty under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 to act impartially to protect both owners interests.