What is Party Wall Noticity?
Party Wall Notices aren’t always served by Party Wall Surveyors and from a legal standpoint, don’t need to be!
With this in mind, we understand that many building owners like to serve their own Party Wall Notices, as they not only benefit from cost savings, but in many cases are able to take a much more neighbourly approach to the Party Wall Notice’s service.
Party Wall Noticity is pretty simple really, you fill out the information below, you will then be provided a simply worded and straightforward Free Party Wall Notice that we can be served by you directly to your neighbour.
We’ve designed the service to be simple, straightforward and most importantly legally valid.
When to use Party Wall Noticity?
It’s important to bear in mind that a Party Wall Notice is a legal document and invoke’s the Party Wall etc Act 1996 upon the adjoining owner.
As with any legal document service, a sound approach is always advised. Here at Stokemont, we’d only advise using Party Wall Noticity if neighbourly relations are good and the adjoining owner is well informed on the proposed woks.
How to Serve your Party Wall Notice Noticity?
In order to ensure your Party Wall Notice service is legally valid, the Notice will need to be served in one of the following ways:
Serving the Party Wall Notice by hand is always the preferable option as it ensure you’re able to add an all important neighbourly approach to the Notice Service.
Serving the Party Wall Notice by post is the most common form of Party Wall Notice Service. Be sure to obtain proof of postage as you’ll likely need this in the event of non response.
Serving the Party Wall Notice by email is one of the more common forms of service these days. Be mindful that the adjoining owner will need to have confirmed they’re happy with Notice service in this format.
Want to Speak with a Party Wall Surveyor?
Please feel free to contact our experienced team of Party Wall Surveyors. We will be more than happy to discuss the Party Wall etc Act 1996’s Notice procedures, the proposed construction works as well as any other concerns or queries you may have.
Here are some Party Wall Surveying projects we've done in the past:
Rutland Mews South, Knightsbridge, SW7
The Stokemont team were very pleased to be able assist with a retrospective Licence for Alterations covering internal works to a penthouse flat on Kings Road, Chelsea, SW3. The works included the relocation of a bathroom and removal of internal structural walls.
High Street Kensington, London, W8
The Stokemont team were very pleased to be able assist with the completion of a Party Wall Award for this mid level flat located on High Street Kensington, London. The construction works included the removal of internal structural walls, the introduction of new steel support and the replacement of floors and ceilings.
St Stephen's Terrace, Stockwell, SW8
The Stokemont team were very pleased to be able assist with the service of Party Wall Notices, a Schedule of Condition Report and Agreement of a Party Wall Award on this mid terraced turn of the century home on St Stephen’s Terrace, Stockwell. The Party Wall works included the installation of steel work into the Party Wall and relocation of internal walls.
Our team of Surveyors are not only highly experienced but importantly they are also qualified.
We’re proud to confirm our Surveyors hold membership status and accreditation to some of the world’s leading professional governing bodies including; the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), The Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE), the Pyramus and Thisbe Club (P&T) and the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR).
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