The Party Wall Act

The Party Wall Act 1996

Almost all terraced and semi-detached houses a loft conversion will require RSJ steels to support the additional loads. The shared wall with your adjoining neighbour(s) is called a Party Wall, which will require an agreement to insert the required RSJ supports. We will complete and send the relevant forms with the plans which will need to be signed by your adjoining neighbour(s). We also offer a full impartial Party Wall Survey free of charge with all our loft conversion projects.

For information click on the link below to read The Party Wall Act 1996 Booklet:-

The booklet has been produced by the Communities & Local Government Department to explain in simple terms how the Party Wall Act 1996 (“the Act”) may affect someone who either wishes to carry out work covered by the Act (the “Building Owner”), or receives notification under the Act of proposed adjacent work (the “Adjoining Owner”).

Party Wall Act Booklet

Bats in Loft?

If you have unwanted tenants in your loft there are certain procedures required by law to remove the Bats in Your Loft.

The Party Wall Act Forms
Party Wall Act
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