David Joined us in 2020 having previously played professional rugby for 8 years, he is currently studying a part time real estate degree with UCEM as well as being part of the Party Wall team helping with day to day matters from both building owners and adjoining owners’ enquiries and needs. Outside of work he spends as much time as possible on the golf course trying to get is handicap into single figures and plays cricket for is local side, he also still enjoys the odd run out for a local rugby team in London.
Drafting your own party wall notices might seems like an obvious way to cut costs but the opposite is generally true. If your neighbour receives a notice that looks like something you’ve found on the internet, or got from your builder, alarm bells will ring. They will be more likely to contact a surveyor for advice and, when ... Read More >>
The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 has been with us for nearly thirty years but it is becoming clear that a large section of the public still has a tenuous grip on its details. As leading party wall surveyors in London, we thought it might be helpful to address some of the many myths and misconceptions, so I have outlined a few of ... Read More >>
When several individuals co-own a property, there are two possible ways in which the property can be legally held: as 'joint tenants' or as 'tenants in common'. The main distinction lies in the fact that, when a property is owned as 'tenants in common', each party possesses a distinct and identifiable share in the property. ... Read More >>