Our Party Wall Solutions surveyors can help you comply with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. Without resorting to a full Party Wall Award, we will always work closely with you to devise alternatives to defend your and your neighbour's interests pragmatically and wisely in accordance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996.
A party wall, also known as a shared wall, may be necessary to sustain a number of alterations to an existing structure.
Have you recently moved into a new home only to learn that your new neighbour has served you with a Party Wall Act notice?
Or perhaps you are aware that your neighbour may have intentions to alter the shared wall between your two properties, but you do not know how these alterations will effect you and your property.
Party Wall Solutions Bishops Cleeve can assist you if this is the case.
A party wall is something that must be defined. When examining your neighbour's proposed project, it is crucial to comprehend the many legal definitions of a "party wall."
The project organiser may be required to get a party wall agreement if the work involves adjustments to a party structure. Generally, the following tasks may be included in this type of work: chimney breasts have been removed from a party wall. Changing a party wall's height, width, or depth. A brand-new structure, such as a shed or carport, constructed at the boundary between two properties. Conversion of the attic executing tasks involving RSJ installation (steel joists). Reconfiguration of a second-floor level.
Contact Party Wall Solutions Bishops Cleeve immediately to talk with one of our knowledgeable surveyors.