If you are undertaking building work in Altrincham, Bowden, Hale or Hale Barns you may well have to serve notice under the  Party Wall etc. Act 1996.  

Richard Johnson of partywall.expert regularly acts for both building owners and adjoining owners in Altrincham, Bowden and Hale on both domestic and commercial developments.   We can advise you at design stage so that the party wall process is as straightforward as possible and that your designer or Architect does not design something that is bound to be fraught with problems. Subtle changes can sometimes make all the difference and prevent you getting embroiled in a party wall nightmare.  Our aims are to make the process as open, honest and straightforward as possible and to ensure that all parties are kept informed of progress and that our service is the most cost effective without charging exorbitant fees. In many cases we aim to provide fixed fees from the onset.  We want you to be comforted in the knowledge that you have appointed a qualified expert in party wall matters who has a wealth of experience, skill and expertise in all types of construction including basement developments, extensions and loft conversions  

We pride ourselves on our flexibility and personal involvement towards your requirements. If you are looking for a professional yet flexible approach to all your property matters then call Party Wall Expert and speak with Richard G Johnson for an initial free and informative chat. 
For the assurance of appointing a surveyor to deal with your project effectively, contact us now. 
Many people do not know that once you appoint a surveyor under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996, you cannot rescind that surveyors appointment no matter what reason you have to do so. In other words you have to continue with the same surveyor until the dispute is resolved. This is simply to prevent owners holding up the party wall process. 

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