Party Wall Notice Generator
Do you need to serve a Party Wall notice to your neighbour? Have you been looking for a party wall agreement template so you can do it yourself?
You are in the right place
What is Party Wall DIY
Party Wall DIY is a web based party wall notice generator that lets you generate your own party wall notices.
Do you plan to do works on your property? A loft conversion? A chimney breast removal? A rear extension? If that is the case, you will have duties and responsibilities under the Party Wall etc Act 1996. The act is all about preventing and resolving disputes in relation to party walls.
As the building owner, you are required under the act to serve the appropriate party wall notices to your neighbours (your adjoining owners). This is traditionally part of the job of a party wall surveyor. However, the law does not prevent you from producing these documents yourself. As a result you can save some money on party wall surveyor fees.
How does it work?
Within Party Wall DIY, we have a number of party wall templates for all the most common types of works. You will be taken through the process step by step. The system will automatically populate the correct template for your particular situation. By answering a few simple questions within the tool about the works you are undertaking, you will be able to generate your own party wall notices in compliance with the act.
If you have any questions at any stage of the process, you can request a call back. One of our experts will be happy to assist you and advise on what you need to do.
Party Wall DIY an innovative and new system. We strive to improve your experience at all times and as such we have sought advice from Anstey Horne, a specialist firm of Party Wall Surveyors. Anstey Horne have sought to provide a seamless and professional service carefully tailored to maximise the efficiency of our Party Wall Notice generator.
Your answers about the Party Wall etc Act 1996
Who pays for a party wall surveyor?
What happens if i don’t serve a party wall notice?
If you are looking for answers to some of these questions, take a look at our blog or get in touch.