At Graham Kinnear Property Consultant (grahamkinnear.com), we specialise in party wall matters in Cromer, Norfolk, namely those works which are covered by the Party Wall Etc Act 1996. We can prepare and serve Party Wall Notices, undertake Schedules of Condition and where required, can produce and serve Party Wall Awards (also known as Party Wall Agreements.) throughout Norfolk.

If you are planning a loft conversion, rear or side extension, removal of a chimney breast or even a new build dwelling then you are likely to need to comply with the Party Wall Etc Act 1996. Contact one of our experienced surveyors for free, no obligation, initial advice either by telephone or email.

The Party Wall Process in 76 Seconds! from Graham Kinnear on Vimeo.

Our principal surveyor is a Chartered Building Engineer and Chartered Construction Manager who is also a Fellow of the Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors, Fellow of the Institute of Party Wall Surveyors, Member of the Party Wall Academy and the Pyramus & Thisbe Club which exists to promote party wall excellence. As well as these industry qualifications, we have many years experience in this specialist field.

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As well as accepting instructions in Cromer, we cover the whole of Norfolk for Party Wall Matters and are therefore regularly engaged in projects in Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Kings Lynn, Sandringham, Hunstanton, Mundsley, Burnham Market, Hellesdon, Hemsby, Potter Heigham, Old Catton, Taverham, Wroxham and Costessey

In order that we can provide you with the help you need please select which of the following two party wall scenarios apply:

I am wanting to undertake work which may invoke the Party Wall Act 

OR

My neighbour is planning to undertake work which may invoke the Party Wall Act.