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If you are intending to undertake works to a party or boundary wall, or are considering extending your property within 6 metres of the neighbouring property, then it is likely that you will need to serve formal notice to the adjoining owner under the requirements of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. McCluskey Surveyors can assist in identifying the extent of the works and advise on the correct notice to serve under the Act, if necessary. Compliance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 enables your project to progress as planned and mitigates the risk of disputes with neighbours.

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

 

The role of the contract administrator within a construction project is to ensure that the clauses of the contract are implemented to protect all parties involved. This includes making sure that the client receives the agreed services outlined in the contract, at the agreed price, and within the agreed timescale. Additionally, this includes making sure that the contractor is paid the correct sum in a timely manner. Furthermore, all claims for overpayments and extensions of time are assessed, and when required a certificate of completion is issued.

 

McCluskey Surveyors appreciate that construction projects can be stressful, especially when a dispute arises with the contractor. In this event, once we have collated all the necessary information, we can act on the client’s behalf and advise on the correct course of action. This includes issuing the correct notice to rectify the matter with the contractor or assign/novate the contract to another contractor in accordance with the clauses in the contract.

REINSTATEMENT COST ASSESSMENTS

 

A majority of homeowners are not aware of the risks of underinsuring their homes. Here at McCluskey Surveyors, we undertake a thorough inspection of the property and surrounding grounds/ area in order to ensure that you have appropriate coverage from your insurance provider. This includes consideration of the cost to demolish the property, clear the site, and a total rebuild cost. Furthermore, this takes account of any specialist features, structural issues and any relevant or logistical aspects relating to the site, ensuring that the property can be rebuilt to its current condition. We consult with the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) to ensure that the correct level of cover is obtained.

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

 

McCluskey Surveyors Ltd

Company Number:  12512261

Registered Office: 11 Manor Road, Paignton TQ3 2JB

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

 

McCluskey Surveyors Ltd

Company Number:  12512261

Registered Office: 11 Manor Road, Paignton TQ3 2JB

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

 

McCluskey Surveyors Ltd

Company Number:  12512261

Registered Office: 11 Manor Road, Paignton TQ3 2JB

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PARTY WALL

 

If you are intending to undertake works to a party or boundary wall, or are considering extending your property within 6 metres of the neighbouring property, then it is likely that you will need to serve formal notice to the adjoining owner under the requirements of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. McCluskey Surveyors can assist in identifying the extent of the works and advise on the correct notice to serve under the Act, if necessary. Compliance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 enables your project to progress as planned and mitigates the risk of disputes with neighbours.

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

 

The role of the contract administrator within a construction project is to ensure that the clauses of the contract are implemented to protect all parties involved. This includes making sure that the client receives the agreed services outlined in the contract, at the agreed price, and within the agreed timescale. Additionally, this includes making sure that the contractor is paid the correct sum in a timely manner. Furthermore, all claims for overpayments and extensions of time are assessed, and when required a certificate of completion is issued.

 

McCluskey Surveyors appreciate that construction projects can be stressful, especially when a dispute arises with the contractor. In this event, once we have collated all the necessary information, we can act on the client’s behalf and advise on the correct course of action. This includes issuing the correct notice to rectify the matter with the contractor or assign/novate the contract to another contractor in accordance with the clauses in the contract.

REINSTATEMENT COST ASSESSMENTS

 

A majority of homeowners are not aware of the risks of underinsuring their homes. Here at McCluskey Surveyors, we undertake a thorough inspection of the property and surrounding grounds/ area in order to ensure that you have appropriate coverage from your insurance provider. This includes consideration of the cost to demolish the property, clear the site, and a total rebuild cost. Furthermore, this takes account of any specialist features, structural issues and any relevant or logistical aspects relating to the site, ensuring that the property can be rebuilt to its current condition. We consult with the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) to ensure that the correct level of cover is obtained.

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

 

McCluskey Surveyors Ltd

Company Number:  12512261

Registered Office: 11 Manor Road, Paignton TQ3 2JB

Our One Tree Promise

Blog

RESOURCE HUB

Our One Tree Promise

Blog

RESOURCE HUB

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PARTY WALL

 

If you are intending to undertake works to a party or boundary wall, or are considering extending your property within 6 metres of the neighbouring property, then it is likely that you will need to serve formal notice to the adjoining owner under the requirements of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. McCluskey Surveyors can assist in identifying the extent of the works and advise on the correct notice to serve under the Act, if necessary. Compliance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 enables your project to progress as planned and mitigates the risk of disputes with neighbours.

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

 

The role of the contract administrator within a construction project is to ensure that the clauses of the contract are implemented to protect all parties involved. This includes making sure that the client receives the agreed services outlined in the contract, at the agreed price, and within the agreed timescale. Additionally, this includes making sure that the contractor is paid the correct sum in a timely manner. Furthermore, all claims for overpayments and extensions of time are assessed, and when required a certificate of completion is issued.

 

McCluskey Surveyors appreciate that construction projects can be stressful, especially when a dispute arises with the contractor. In this event, once we have collated all the necessary information, we can act on the client’s behalf and advise on the correct course of action. This includes issuing the correct notice to rectify the matter with the contractor or assign/novate the contract to another contractor in accordance with the clauses in the contract.

REINSTATEMENT COST ASSESSMENTS

 

A majority of homeowners are not aware of the risks of underinsuring their homes. Here at McCluskey Surveyors, we undertake a thorough inspection of the property and surrounding grounds/ area in order to ensure that you have appropriate coverage from your insurance provider. This includes consideration of the cost to demolish the property, clear the site, and a total rebuild cost. Furthermore, this takes account of any specialist features, structural issues and any relevant or logistical aspects relating to the site, ensuring that the property can be rebuilt to its current condition. We consult with the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) to ensure that the correct level of cover is obtained.

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Surveyors Ltd

Company Number:  12512261

Registered Office: 11 Manor Road, Paignton TQ3 2JB

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PARTY WALL

 

If you are intending to undertake works to a party or boundary wall, or are considering extending your property within 6 metres of the neighbouring property, then it is likely that you will need to serve formal notice to the adjoining owner under the requirements of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. McCluskey Surveyors can assist in identifying the extent of the works and advise on the correct notice to serve under the Act, if necessary. Compliance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 enables your project to progress as planned and mitigates the risk of disputes with neighbours.

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

 

The role of the contract administrator within a construction project is to ensure that the clauses of the contract are implemented to protect all parties involved. This includes making sure that the client receives the agreed services outlined in the contract, at the agreed price, and within the agreed timescale. Additionally, this includes making sure that the contractor is paid the correct sum in a timely manner. Furthermore, all claims for overpayments and extensions of time are assessed, and when required a certificate of completion is issued.

 

McCluskey Surveyors appreciate that construction projects can be stressful, especially when a dispute arises with the contractor. In this event, once we have collated all the necessary information, we can act on the client’s behalf and advise on the correct course of action. This includes issuing the correct notice to rectify the matter with the contractor or assign/novate the contract to another contractor in accordance with the clauses in the contract.

REINSTATEMENT COST ASSESSMENTS

 

A majority of homeowners are not aware of the risks of underinsuring their homes. Here at McCluskey Surveyors, we undertake a thorough inspection of the property and surrounding grounds/ area in order to ensure that you have appropriate coverage from your insurance provider. This includes consideration of the cost to demolish the property, clear the site, and a total rebuild cost. Furthermore, this takes account of any specialist features, structural issues and any relevant or logistical aspects relating to the site, ensuring that the property can be rebuilt to its current condition. We consult with the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) to ensure that the correct level of cover is obtained.

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PARTY WALL

 

If you are intending to undertake works to a party or boundary wall, or are considering extending your property within 6 metres of the neighbouring property, then it is likely that you will need to serve formal notice to the adjoining owner under the requirements of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996. McCluskey Surveyors can assist in identifying the extent of the works and advise on the correct notice to serve under the Act, if necessary. Compliance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 enables your project to progress as planned and mitigates the risk of disputes with neighbours.

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION

 

The role of the contract administrator within a construction project is to ensure that the clauses of the contract are implemented to protect all parties involved. This includes making sure that the client receives the agreed services outlined in the contract, at the agreed price, and within the agreed timescale. Additionally, this includes making sure that the contractor is paid the correct sum in a timely manner. Furthermore, all claims for overpayments and extensions of time are assessed, and when required a certificate of completion is issued.

 

McCluskey Surveyors appreciate that construction projects can be stressful, especially when a dispute arises with the contractor. In this event, once we have collated all the necessary information, we can act on the client’s behalf and advise on the correct course of action. This includes issuing the correct notice to rectify the matter with the contractor or assign/novate the contract to another contractor in accordance with the clauses in the contract.

REINSTATEMENT COST ASSESSMENTS

 

A majority of homeowners are not aware of the risks of underinsuring their homes. Here at McCluskey Surveyors, we undertake a thorough inspection of the property and surrounding grounds/ area in order to ensure that you have appropriate coverage from your insurance provider. This includes consideration of the cost to demolish the property, clear the site, and a total rebuild cost. Furthermore, this takes account of any specialist features, structural issues and any relevant or logistical aspects relating to the site, ensuring that the property can be rebuilt to its current condition. We consult with the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) to ensure that the correct level of cover is obtained.

Regulated by RICS

McCluskey Chartered Surveyors 2020

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