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Our consultancy advice is tailored to suit each client's individual strategy and project. We guarantee delivery of our technical work and advice within agreed timescales and will not compromise on the delivery of our services. Our advice is direct, jargon-free and commercial. We work collaboratively with design teams to provide commercial advice and ensure neighbourly matters are understood and managed effectively.
A right to light is an easement and is the right to receive sufficient natural light through a defined aperture. As the density of urban areas continue to increase to meet the needs of a rising population, infringements from new developments are increasingly common.
The impact on daylight and sunlight amenity to surrounding properties is a key factor for local planning authorities when determining whether to approve a planning application. Similarly, the provision of adequate daylight and sunlight is important when designing new accommodation.
PARTY WALL & NEIGHBOURLY MATTERS
The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 provides owners of buildings with certain rights to carry out work to party walls and other structures, and a framework for exercising these rights based on notification and the resolution of disputes via the appointment of surveyors.
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27-31 Clerkenwell Close, London. EC1R 0AT
T. 020 3154 2691
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