Water Board Build Over Agreement

If a project does not meet the requirements, we will work with you to give you our approval through a formal construction agreement. Thames Water Build over Agreements require different information that must be provided to a thames water engineer before construction. First, try to search your property in www.thameswater-propertysearches.co.uk/. Yes… Take an excursion to your local authorities and take a look at their channel maps. These cards can`t tell you exactly where and what the pipes are. then……. We propose to catch up with the professionals and pay for a CCTV drainage survey. Expect to pay only 200 euros for this service. TIP: This is also a great opportunity to check the condition of your sewer lines and it could save you money in the event of a project delay. With regard to taking into account the impact of the new foundations and the current requirements of the construction law, which stipulates that the new foundations must have a depth of at least one metre. The depth of these foundations and the extra weight of the new structure can lead to broken leaks or pipes, which can lead to flooding. If the proposed construction requires not to fit into our criteria or if the inspector has doubts about the proposals, they will cause us to degenerate so that we can speak directly to the developer to give advice and agree on the next steps.

If you live in an area where LABC does not use the protocol (Cumbria, High Peak and Tameside) or if your certified inspector has not signed up for our protocol, contact us directly via our “Build over enquiry form” (PDF 576 KB will be opened in a new window). This should be WastewaterDeveloperServices@uuplc.co.uk That is why Thames water construction are available on agreements and are generally required for the proposed structure to obtain a construction closure certificate, also known as “sign” building rules. The other possibility is that the seller will provide the buyer with compensation insurance to protect against financial losses resulting from the construction of the property through a public sewer. It is the fastest and cheapest option, but whether or not insurance is available depends on the circumstances of each case. The agreement not only ensures that Thames Water has adequate access to sewers or wastewater in the future, but also ensures that the proposed foundations are designed to reduce the risk to sewers or sewers. Thames Water may also require that the proposed foundations be built at a safe distance from sewers or sewers, thereby avoiding the risk of damage.