Our team of Party Wall Solutions surveyors can assist you in adhering to the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. We will always work closely with you to establish solutions to defend your and your neighbour’s interests pragmatically and intelligently, guaranteeing compliance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 without resorting to a complete Party Wall Award.
A party wall, often referred to as a shared wall, could be required to support a number of improvements being done to an existing building.
Have you just moved into a new house only to discover that you have received a Party Wall Act notice from your new neighbour?
Or maybe you are aware that your neighbour may have plans to alter the shared wall between your two properties, and you are unsure how these changes will affect you and your property.
If this is the case then Party Wall Solutions Bathgate can assist you.
A party wall is something that has to be defined initially. When assessing your neighbour’s planned construction, it's important to understand the many legal definitions of a "party wall."
Obtaining a party wall agreement may be necessary for the project organiser if the work entails alterations to a party structure. As a rule, the following are some of the tasks that may be included in this kind of work: Chimney breasts in a party wall have been removed. Changing the height, width, or depth of a party wall. Something brand new, like a shed or carport, built close to the boundary between two properties. Converting an attic space. Performing tasks that involve RSJ installation (steel joists). Reconfiguration of an intermediate floor.
Please contact Party Wall Solutions Bathgate today to speak to one of our experienced surveyors