EXPERT PARTY WALL SURVEYORS

Bruce Forrester BSc (Hons) MRICS C.Build E FCABE MCIArb FFPWS FISVA 
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SERVICES

We are happy to advise upon and deal with projects of all sizes. We regularly deal with both residential and commercial matters ranging from loft conversions and home extensions to replacement dwellings and multi-million pound development sites.
The principles remain the same regardless of the project size and we will happily offer tailor made individual fee quotations for each project. We are just as happy dealing with home owners as we are with developers, building owners and adjoining owners. Much of our client base being introduced to us by architects, engineers, solicitors and designers that wish to see their clients properly represented.
The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 provides a framework for preventing and resolving disputes in relation to party walls, some boundary walls and excavations near neighbouring buildings and structures.
Building owners proposing to carry out work covered by the Act must give adjoining owners proper notice of their intentions in the way set down in the Act. Adjoining owners can agree or disagree with what is proposed. Where they disagree, the Act provides a mechanism for resolving disputes by appointed surveyors. The requirements of the Act are separate from the need to obtain planning permission, building regulation approval and with leaseholders often a licence to alter.
Surveyor and client discussing building plans

Where a dispute arises the Party Wall etc. Act allows for one surveyor to represent both parties under some circumstances.  more

Couple at home reviewing building plans on a laptop and on paper

Planning to carry out some building work? Are your works notifiable under the Act? Do you need professional advice?  more

front doors of adjoining owners with pary wall and railings

Are your neighbours to carry out building works? Are you worried that your property could be damaged? Have you received proper Notice?  more

From time to time contractors get things wrong ...   more
 

PARTY WALLS

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THE PARTY WALL ACT 1996 — THE FULL TEXT
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DOES THE ACT APPLY? — AN INTRODUCTION
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Surveyor and client meeting discussing building plans
PARTY WALL AWARDS (AGREEMENTS)
 

CONTACT

ENQUIRIES

Please contact us via the enquiry form below. We will respond as quickly as possible.

For a more immediate discussion, call us on 020 8367 7755.

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The Studio, Capel Cottage

224 Clay Hill

Enfield EN2 9JD

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020 8350 4141 and

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07957 541311  mobile

​office@forresterandco.com

Chartered Building Surveyors

and Party Wall Surveyors

To apply for a vacancy at Forrester & Co. please send an email with your CV attached to office@forresterandco.com. We are currently recruiting and will always be pleased to hear from people with Party Wall etc Act experience.

 

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