RICS Party Wall Surveys
The Party Wall Act 1996 covers three distinct types of work, alterations to a shared (party) wall, the construction of new walls on the boundary and excavation work close to neighbouring properties.
The Party Wall Award also referred to as a Party Wall Agreement is a legal document prepared by the two appointed Party Wall Surveyors or the Agreed Party Wall Surveyor.
We are regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and are members of the Institute of Party Wall Surveyors. We therefore work to the highest standards and you can be rest assured of the best party wall advice from a leading established firm.
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RICS Party Wall Survey
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RICS Party Wall Survey, A Surveyors Perspective
You must tell your neighbours if you want to carry out any building work near or on your shared property boundary, or ‘party wall’, in England and Wales.
Party walls stand on the land of 2 or more owners and either; form part of a building or don’t form part of a building, such as a garden wall (not wooden fences)
Walls on one owner’s land used by other owners (2 or more) to separate their buildings are also party walls.
Speak to us today on the subject of partywall surveys and we can provide you with professional advice in order to generate the best outcome.
RICS Party Wall Survey Library
If you would like more information about a Party Wall and the RICS, please download the example report and guide to home surveys.
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