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What Goes in an Access Licence?

Tuesday, 31st July 2018 | by: Justin Burns

Licenses covering access over adjoining owners' properties, whether they be for a scaffold, hoarding or crane over sail will include a number of common clauses relating to the principle of access with further clauses specific to the purpose of the access. A typical Licence should contain clauses relating to the following: The duration of ... Read more >>

Access – The importance of an early approach

Sunday, 22nd July 2018 | by: Justin Burns

Where access requires the express consent of an adjoining owner, such as to erect scaffolding and a hoarding as part of a demolition programme, there are no statutory timescales but there are many benefits to an early approach. In some cases, the scheme is simply not viable without access so if there’s an adjoining owner who will not allow it ... Read more >>