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Party Wall and Party Wall Notices
A Party Wall is a structure that straddles the boundary between two properties. This can be both vertical as in a typical semi-detached property or horizontal as in the floor of a first floor flat. It should be noted that if Notices do not contain all of the necessary information, or are not properly served, they will be invalid.

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THE PARTY WALL PROCESS SUMMARISED:

The 'Party Wall Act etc. 1996' is an enabling piece of legislation, designed to resolve disputes and allow projects to proceed with building works.

Building works which usually fall under the Party Wall Act: building a new wall, rebuilding an existing party wall, excavation/digging for a foundation near a neighbour’s party wall, inserting a steel beam for a loft conversion, chimney breast removal, inserting a damp proof course, etc.

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As qualified and experienced Party Wall Surveyors we specialise in all Party Wall matters.
We cover every aspect necessary to advise upon and resolve Party Wall issues, such as:

  • Awesome Image Preparing and serving valid Party Wall Notices
  • Awesome ImageActing as the Building Owners Party Wall Surveyor
  • Awesome Image Acting as the Adjoining Owners Party Wall Surveyor
  • Awesome Image Acting as the Agreed Party Wall Surveyor
  • Awesome ImageUndertaking and preparing Schedules of Condition
  • Awesome Image Preparation and negotiation of Party Wall Awards

All our Party Wall Surveyors are specialists and work in accordance with the regulations set down by the Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors.

The Party Wall Act etc. 1996 is law, failure to comply with this legislation may result in works being unlawful.