A party wall notice is used to give all adjoining neighbours notice when you are carrying out building works. You must give adjoining owners notice when proposing any work to a shared wall, shared boundary or excavations near a neighbouring property. Adjoining owners can agree or disagree to the works proposed with a notice of acknowledgment.
If you are carrying out works governed by the Party Wall Act 1996, you need to serve a party wall notice on your neighbours. Protect yourself from disputes during home improvements by giving neighbours notice of works using this party wall notice template.
This straightforward party wall notice clearly sets out what improvements are needed, and the length of time within which you propose to start work. For further information read Party wall matters.
For use in England and Wales only.