Party Wall Solutions Cirencester are able to assist you in meeting the requirements of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. In compliance with the Party Wall etc. Act of 1996, we would not to resort to a complete Party Wall Award; rather, we will always work closely with you to design alternatives that will defend both your interests and the interests of your neighbour in a realistic and wise manner.
It's possible that a number of improvements to an existing structure will involve the construction of a party wall, which is also known as a shared wall.
Have you just moved into a new home, only to find out that your new neighbour has served you with a Party Wall Act notice? If so, this may be because of the Party Wall Act.
Or, it's possible that you are aware that your neighbour might have plans to modify the shared wall that separates your two properties, but you don't know how these modifications will affect you and your property.
If this is the case, please don't hesitate to contact Party Wall Solutions Cirencester to speaks to one of our surveyors
A party wall is something that requires initial definition. When reviewing the proposed development of a neighbour, it is necessary to understand the various legal definitions of "party wall."
If the work involves alterations to a party structure, the project manager may be required to acquire a party wall agreement. In general, the following tasks may fall under this category of work: