I am building a single storey extension to the rear of my property and have looked through the party wall agreement booklet but can not figure out which letter to issue our neighbour I am having piled foundations which have all been passed by building control and obviously go deeper than neighbours existing foundations but will no be adjacent to any part of my neighbours property can you help please?
Province/Country relating to question : england
we have issued a Line of Junction Notice which is a new wall which will be built wholly on our land up to the boundry line is this sufficient?
Please ask a specific question?
what info do you need
You have not actually asked the question. Have you served a party wall act notice in accordance with the book of guidance notes that you have which I assume is this one;http://www.communities.gov.uk/documents/planningandbuilding/pdf/133214.pdf
do you mean 3/6 m notice?
It depends how close to his building you are digging.
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Hi, Can I ask if you live in a semi - detached premises. If you do is one of the exterior walls of the proposed extension on the boundary line between you and your neighbours property. If no what sort of distance will the closest exterior wall be to your boundary line with your neighbours property. Regards XXX XXX Lockwood.
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