In this blog post I will be discussing what a Third Surveyor is and what their role is within the Party Wall process. A Third Surveyor within the meaning of the Party Wall etc Act 1996 is used whenever there is a Party Wall job and there are two Surveyors involved acting independently for their […]
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In this blog, I will be looking to grant you with an insight into the various types of timber defects. In my experience, I find it to be one of the most common forms of defects that can occur in a property. I have found timber defects to be located mainly within timber constructed lofts […]
In this week’s blog, I will be discussing whether a building owner, who is the person undertaking the construction works, would be required to go through the Party Wall Procedures including serving a Party Wall Notice and potentially having a Party Wall Award in place for an extension to their property. What are Party Wall […]
Disputes with neighbours are common. Whilst we would all like to live harmoniously, occasionally scenarios will crop up that lead to disagreements. One of the more common disagreements between neighbours is a boundary dispute, according to research making up 10% of all neighbourly disagreements. Boundary disputes between neighbours are a perennial problem. They cause a […]
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When discussing the Party Wall etc Act 1996 there are different entities to consider that may affect the works that a building owner proposes to undertake. The below will give an insight into the characteristics of different types of walls often referred to under the Party Wall etc Act 1996. There are 2 main types […]