Are you at risk of being involved in a costly real estate deal? For example, we regularly look at disputes around issues such as party walls. All work done by a neighbour could be opposed to the party wall, etc. Act 1996, when it comes to the border between your properties, or includes nearby excavations. The help of our experienced lawyers can be helpful in resolving this type of situation as quickly as possible in order to avoid a legal impasse. If you receive legal advice at an early stage, you will improve your chances of getting a positive result: At Graham Kinnear Property Consultant (grahamkinnear.com), we specialize in party wall business in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, namely the work covered by the Party Wall Act 1996. We can prepare and serve the notices of the party, support the conditioning plans and, if necessary, Party Wall Awards (also known as Party Wall Agreements. Our principal surveyor is a Chartered Building Engineer and Chartered Construction Manager, who is also a fellow of the Party Surveyors Faculty, a Fellow of the Institute of Party Wall Surveyors, a member of the Party Wall Academy and the Pyramus-Thisbe Club, which exists to promote partywall excellence. In addition to these industry qualifications, we have a long experience in this area. The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 is a government act that aims to prevent and resolve disputes over party walls, border walls and excavations near nearby buildings. The law also applies to “partisan structures” that could be a wall between two houses or a floor between two apartments. A contractor who proposes to start working under the law is legally required to inform adjacent owners according to a procedure defined by law. Activities such as digging foundations, removing a chimney chest or inserting a steel beam may all require termination.
The Party Walls Act requires the owner to provide communications to adjacent owners if the proposed renovations involve modifications to a common wall with the adjacent owner. The adjacent owner then has the right to approve the construction process or appoint a surveyor acting on his behalf, to review the relevance of the proposals, to agree on a timetable detailing the condition of his building and to obtain a party wall price that regulates how the work is to be carried out. Further indications may be required if the foundations of an extension are to be submerged more than 6 m from buildings located on the adjacent site. Application forms, information and instructions on building rules. In addition to accepting instructions in Milton Keynes, we cover all of Buckinghamshire for the Wall Matters party and are therefore regularly involved in projects in Amersham, Aylesbury, Buckingham, Milton Keynes, Fenny Stratford, Stony Stratford, High Wycombe, Woburn Sands, New Pagportnell Applewoods.