The Party Wall Act normally requires you to have the consent of your Harrow neighbour before doing major work on a common wall or excavating near your common border. The city council and many councils do not like them. Team leaders are very adept at blocking these types of extensions. I am sure they will look forward to May 2019, when they are no longer available. They, too, must have completed the work by then, and even completed it. So if you can get your three neighbors not to object. Harrow`s council will try to block it from other angles. Make sure your app is waterproof. You will find letter templates and other information to inform in the explanatory brochure of the party wall. Below, you will find links to the various Council sites for a simple: 1) conversion loft development motion – from 850 USD – Council Commission 2) Building application for the extension of the house – from 850 USD Council Commission 3) Legitimate development request – starting at $850 – Consulting fee 4) Construction schemes – from $7 USD 50 – building control fee 5) Construction calculations for a transformation of loft – from 650 6 $US) Construction calculations for a home extension – from 750 7 7 DOLLARS) Wall Party Convention – from US$750 8) Party Wall Notice – from $100 9) Thames Water Application – from 250 – Thames water fee of US$300 All tips have similar planning and construction rules , but please click on your local council below to be redirected to a council authorization page regarding your local building permit. The Harrow Council is a fairly bureaucratic council.
This means that they are doing everything very well and that it is difficult to find a real mistake. Yet they seem to serve the rules and the process of damage suffered by the voter. As a general rule, you don`t want to talk to agents (architects). Maybe talking will cost money. Experience has shown that Harrow Council is in order with 3 or more applications on the home. Other tips would only make a chat and sort out what can be done. The Harrow Council is agreed by most planning officers and advisors as a reasonable free zone.