Party Wall Specialist
Are you looking for advice about how to take the greatest benefit from the rights granted by the Party Wall Act, 1996?
Are you planning on carrying out work that may affect another building? Or is work planned on a neighbouring building that may affect your building?
In either case, you will benefit from highly-qualified and experienced advice. Ignoring or misunderstanding the statutory requirements and legal background can prove very costly, as can taking advice from someone who is not an expert. You can easily protect yourself whilst making full use of your statutory rights.
Here are some scenarios where you would need a party wall surveyor:
If someone has damaged your building
If your building may have been damaged by nearby work that is covered by the Party Wall Act then there is a simple, quick, and inexpensive way of getting redress. If this is you, then phone to discuss your options, without obligation.
If someone is planning work that may affect your building
The law covers excavations that may affect your buildings. You have statutory right to have steps taken to protect you and your property. This can include piling work nearby.
If you're a developer looking to do work that may affect a neighbouring building
Developers can spend a lot of money needlessly if they fail to consider the property rights of neighbours at an early stage. Take professional advice early to avoid unforeseen costs.
You CAN interfere with your neighbour's property rights if you need to, but their rights are protected too.