Planning a Building Project?

Are you intending to carry out any of the following typical works? If so, you will need to serve a Party Wall Notice upon your neighbour before commencing works.

  • An extension, whether that be to the rear, side or into the loft.
  • Conversion of a basement, garage or loft.
  • Underpinning.
  • Alterations, demolition or repairs to a wall, ceiling or floor shared with another property.
  • Roofing works, including to the chimney.
  • Building a free standing wall, or a wall of a building, up to or astride the boundary with a neighbouring property.
  • Excavating and casting foundations within 3 or 6 metres of an adjoining building owned by someone else.
The Party Wall Process For Building Owners

The Party Wall Company advises Building Owners on all Party Wall Matters and we can act as your appointed Party Wall Surveyor. We can also act as the Agreed Surveyor if the Adjoining Owners will agree to the appointment.

What is a Building Owner?

Definition of a Building Owner
An owner who wishes to undertake building works which involves exercising rights provided by the Party Wall etc. Act 1996.