garden wall encloses your land, creating a boundary around your home.
Older garden walls that surrounded period properties would have been
made from local materials. A mix of brick, flint, slate or stone could
have been used.
railways were used to distribute bricks all over the country, walls
became mass produced and more uniformed in colour and style.
you are thinking about rebuilding or modifying a party wall (A wall
is a "party wall" if it stands astride the boundary of land
belonging to two or more different owners). Do discuss your plans with
your affected neighbour's and local building control officer.
Party Wall Act 1996 explanatory booklet
Party Wall Act 1996: Gardening
party wall act needs to be rewritten! :
PARTY WALL ACT 1996: DIY
The organisation for professionals specialising
in party wall matters - The
Pyramus & Thisbe Club
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