Track record

Snapshot of various schemes for Party Wall Services

Pocket Living

Snapshot of various schemes Rapleys have assisted Pocket Living providing Party Wall Services

Pocket Living - Party Wall service

Neighbourly Matters

Party Walls

Service

Residential

Industry

Dan Tapscott

Dan Tapscott

The project

Forest Road E17

Located in the heart of Walthamstow, Forest Road will deliver 90 one bedroom discounted Pocket homes for Waltham Forest’s first time buyers. 8 of the homes will be adaptable for wheelchair users and some also have private terraces.

Osier Way E10

This project comprises 197 one, two and three bed discounted Pocket homes for first time buyers living/working in Waltham Forest. Featuring 3 roof terraces with space to play and socialise, Osier Way will also have 13 amenity rooms exclusively for the use of the residents.

Sheepcote Road HA1

Sheepcote Road will bring 149 one bed homes to Harrow for local first time buyers. 16 of these homes will be wheelchair adaptable. Benefitting from a communal garden and 2 rooftop terraces, there will be plenty of space for neighbours to meet and relax.

Woodside Park N12

The site is located adjacent to Woodside Park Station in Barnet. The development will provide 86 Pocket one-bedroom homes across 2 separate buildings each arranged over 5 storeys. All residents will have access to a rooftop garden with lush planting and allotment beds for occupiers to grow their own produce.

Our solution

  • Site appraisal to determine the application of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996.
  • Delivery of all Party Wall services including serving Party Wall notification, compiling schedules of condition, engagement with the Adjoining Owners and appointed surveyors, negotiating and agreeing Party Wall Awards in good time, prior to the commencement of the works.
  • Advice, monitoring and ongoing consultation with the Design Team to compile the necessary information and to overcome technical queries and unique conditions relating to neighbouring properties and the Party Wall etc, Act 1996.
  • Ensuring that all deliverables including Party Wall Awards and Access Licences are in place in sufficient time to enable the project to commence in accordance with the programme of works.
  • Establishing and maintaining positive neighbourly relations given that Pocket Living will be owner occupiers post construction.

Get in touch

Key contacts

Gain national and local expertise through our multidisciplinary teams of experts.

Partner & Head of Neighbourly Matters – Building Consultancy

Dan Tapscott

Head of Party Wall – Building Consultancy

Jason Evans

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