Party Wall Survey

Charles Garth Party Wall Disputes

Protect Your Property and Minimise Disputes

Don’t let potential disputes disrupt your project or relationships. Charles Garth’s experienced party wall surveyors navigate the complexities of the Party Wall Act 1996 with expertise and diplomacy, safeguarding your rights and ensuring positive outcomes for all neighbours involved.

The Party Wall Etc Act 1996 aims to prevent or resolve disputes concerning work on party walls, boundary walls and close to neighbouring properties. It is separate from planning or building regulations control.

Navigating the Party Wall Act 1996

Understanding the Party Wall Etc Act 1996 is crucial for protecting your property and ensuring smooth, respectful relations with your neighbours. Here’s a simplified overview:

What the Act Does:

When You Need to Give Notice:

The Act requires you to notify all owners of the party wall at least two months before starting work if you plan to:

Efficient resolution of party wall disputes

Our experienced RICS-accredited surveyors have a wealth of experience in navigating and resolving party wall disputes. We have excellent knowledge of the Party Wall Etc Act 1996 and work per its requirements to make an impartial and fair decision on how each dispute should be resolved.

We use our construction expertise and experience combined with a collaborative approach to ensure we work effectively with all parties involved to reach the best possible outcome. We can:

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