Party Wall Surveyors in The West End
The West End is one of the busiest and most architecturally diverse areas of Central London. Historically home to the performing arts, it is now central to London’s nightlife.
Many of the building and construction projects underway are linked to new hospitality and entertainment industry initiatives. For a party wall surveyor, West End projects present a range of exciting and dynamic projects.
Fresson and Tee have been the party wall surveyor London builders, property owners and professionals have turned to for many years.
As a result, we are well placed to work with you to answer any questions and overcome any challenges you are facing. We have a track record of restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other hospitality venues.
We typically work on behalf of owners on both sides through a joint instruction. We can, of course, also act for a single owner liaising with other surveyors if required. Whatever party wall issue you are facing, contact us and we can discuss the best way forward.
Any local Party Wall experience will clearly prove valuable to any work in the West End. Fresson and Tee can draw on many case study examples in the area, so you can be confident in our services. You can read about specific examples of our work through our website’s case studies section.
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What Do Our West End Clients Ask For?
Our West End clients come to us to support local construction, upgrade and refurbishment projects. The nature of West End property means we have developed considerable expertise in high value and high risk Party Wall matters across commercial buildings, offices, restaurants and other entertainment venues. We have also worked on basement extensions including Adjacent Excavations, Party Structures and Line of Junction matters.
Whatever your requirements, we can support the whole Party Wall process from beginning to end. We will ensure your West End projects remain compliant with all required legislation and minimise the risk of costly disagreements with other parties.