- If you have received a Party Wall Notice advising you that a neighbour proposes to undertake works which fall under the Act you should consult a Party Wall Surveyor. Normally all surveyor's fees are paid by the person who wishes to undertake the work and the person who receives the notice is not liable for any fees or costs. if you sign a Party Wall agreement following a notice you loose most of the protection given by the Act including the right to appoint a surveyor.
- If you propose to undertake work to a Party Wall or close to a neighbouring building or property it is possible that the works will fall under the terms of the Party Wall Act requiring notice to be served. It is important to consult a Party Wall Surveyor soon because notices may need to be served two months before works start. See our 'Download Notices' page for advice on which notices are necessary.
- You can view or download the Party Wall Act or the Government's Explanatory Booklet on the Act using the links at the top of this page. You can also download notices from the 'Download Notices' page accessible from the link at the top of this page.
- Watson Woods Partnership are experienced Architects and Party Wall Surveyors based in London. Robert Watson is a registered Architect and a Member of the Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors. For more detailed or specific advice please contact Robert Watson (tel: 0207 720 9609 - fax: 0207 738 8924) or e-mail email@example.com
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