We always like it when having done a good job for someone we get a recommendation. We got one this week from the East Dulwich Forum! We’re not sure who placed the info but we do appreciate it as we try very hard to make sure that all of our party wall advice is succinct […]
This post is primarily relevant to older buildings – say late victorian to mid sixties – earlier than this and all sorts of interesting timbers are often added and after this roofs are very often of prefabricated timber trusses. [oh and a quick rear end cover – this is not, and not intended to be, […]
Our £595 plus VAT fixed fee party wall awards seem to have been a)successful and b) succeeded in upsetting some of our competitors. The response and number of enquiries has been phenomenal and confirmed our view that here was a market for a cost effective solution to party wall agreements for householders carrying out basic […]
With news that a property owner in Hampstead is planning to more than double the size of his house by constructing a vast basement we are reminded of a survey we did several years ago of a very nice newly refurbished house in Hampstead where our client intended doing something similar, you wonder why these […]
A range of consumer guides from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors [RICS] is now available for download at Collier Stevens website. The guides include guidance on Buying a Home, Party Walls, Rights to Light, Subsidence, Extending Your Home, Boundary Disputes, Property Surveys, Selling Your Home and Flooding.
To try and make the party wall process easier to understand we have prepared this flowchart, it’s pretty comprehensive but obviously there are a few little technical bits that we’ve left out to make it easier to follow. Although we retain the copyright in this please feel free to download and distribute the flowchart but […]