The Party Wall Act has been written into law to protect your rights as a property owner, either when you are making changes to a shared wall within your Tottenham home or when your neighbour decides to.
Here are some examples of building work that would have to adhere to the strict obligations set out in the Party Wall Act:
- The Party Wall Act would cover any work to rebuild or significantly repair an internal wall or an external wall, shared by a neighbouring Tottenham property;
- The Party Wall Act deals with instances of cutting into a party wall for the purposes of inserting new beams within your Tottenham home or weather-proofing;
- The Party Wall Act would be relevant in the case of removing a flue or chimney breast situated on a party wall within your Tottenham property;
- The Party Wall Act includes particular excavation work close to a boundary within your Tottenham home.
It is unlawful to ignore the Party Wall Act so for full, intricate advice on whether it applies to the development you are planning to your Tottenham property please do contact Jordan Brettell.
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