Building Owners

  • There are many reasons why you may need a Party Wall Surveyor with regards to a party wall, these could include any of the following:
  • Taking out chimney breasts on the Party Wall.
  • Putting in a loft conversion.
  • Extending your property.
  • Carrying out works to a Party Wall
  • Carrying out excavations within 3 to 6 metres of an adjoining property
  • Building on the boundary line
  • Repairs to Party Fence Walls
  • Boundary Wall Disputes
If you’re thinking of any of the above, then you will need to ensure any work you do adheres to The Party Wall Act etc 1996.
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An excellent Guide to the Party Wall Act is available from the FPWS and can be Downloaded here 
Types of party walls
  • A wall shared on the lands of 2 or more adjoining owners
  • A wall, which is a part of one building or separate buildings
  • A wall shared on the lands of two owners
  • A shared garden wall
  • A wall that stands on a single owner’s land but is used by 2 owners
  • A wall that is a floor partition separating 2 buildings

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