Case Study: Newgate Shopping Centre regeneration

Published on: 16th August 2016

We have assisted property developer, McAleer and Rushe with their plans to renovate the Newgate Shopping Centre in Newcastle City Centre.

McAleer and Rushe purchased the centre for £18.2million in 2006 and submitted initial plans for the development to Newcastle City Council in 2008. The developers have since revisited the scheme, submitting updated designs to the planners in 2015 and in May 2016, the demolition work began.

Once completed, the scheme will include 2000 sq m of commercial space, a 270-bedroom hotel and 575-bedroom student accommodation.

Due to the developments’ central location, there are 64 property owners and tenants in the surrounding buildings. We were appointed by the developers as Party Wall surveyors and generally to deal with all neighbourly matters.

To speed up the process and reduce cost and programme implications we approached the Party Wall process in two stages to encompass both the demolition stage and the construction stage. This allowed the initial demolition of the existing buildings to progress whilst the final construction’s design was developed. By structuring the party wall matters in this way, we ensured that the developer’s risks concerning neighbour disturbances was minimised before works had commenced.

As there was a large number of affected properties and owners/occupiers, we developed a bespoke party wall register to allow the developer to manage and monitor the party wall process in-house. This register has proved so effective in dealing with issues and managing party wall notices that we now use it across all similar party wall cases around the country.

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Party Wall & Neighbourly Matters

We’re experts in neighbourly laws, and in managing neighbourly disputes and negotiations, as well as providing informal advice on boundary disputes such as party wall, schedules of condition, and over sailing licences for cranes and scaffolding. We offer impartial advice to building owners and their neighbours in order to resolve disputes quickly and amicably through open discussion. We are also expert Party Wall Surveyors who fully understand the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 and can guide you through the process. Early appointment of a party wall surveyor can limit the possibility of delays to developments by early planning of the required timescales within your development programme. A swift and efficient delivery of the party wall process can also ensure that your development stays on track and that your neighbourly relations are maintained. Contact Us

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We’re experts in neighbourly laws, and in managing neighbourly disputes and negotiations, as well as providing informal advice on boundary disputes such as party wall, schedules of condition, and over sailing licences for cranes and scaffolding.

We offer impartial advice to building owners and their neighbours in order to resolve disputes quickly and amicably through open discussion. We are also expert Party Wall Surveyors who fully understand the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 and can guide you through the process.

Early appointment of a party wall surveyor can limit the possibility of delays to developments by early planning of the required timescales within your development programme. A swift and efficient delivery of the party wall process can also ensure that your development stays on track and that your neighbourly relations are maintained.

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What happens during a party wall dispute?

In many cases, work completed on a property’s boundary wall can lead to a party wall dispute between neighbours, this needs to be resolved with the assistance of Chartered Surveyors.

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In many cases, work completed on a property’s boundary wall can lead to a party wall dispute between neighbours, this needs to be resolved with the assistance of Chartered Surveyors.

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Chris Eglin, partner in our building consultancy department, explains what a party wall is and what should be done in the case of a dispute.

A party wall is a structure which straddles the boundary between two properties. This can be either vertical, as in a typical semi-detached property or horizontal, as in the floor of a flat.  It can also be a wall which stands solely on the land of one person but is used to separate the adjoining property.

Party Wall Act 1996

The Party Wall Act 1996 enables an individual who shares ownership of a wall to work on the full thickness of the wall without trespassing on the adjoining owner’s property. This can lead to what is known as a party wall dispute between both the Building Owner (the person undertaking the work) and the Adjoining Owner (the neighbour).

What is a party wall dispute?

A party wall dispute occurs when a Building Owner serves a notice that they intend to undertake building works under the Act, but the Adjoining Owner objects to the work or fails to respond to the notice.

In this situation, the neighbours may each appoint a surveyor or jointly appoint a single surveyor to act for both.  The role of the appointed surveyor (s) is to act impartially in the implementation of the Party Wall Act and to draw up a document that settles the dispute between the two owners in much the same way as a judge would in court. This legally binding document is referred to as an Award.

The Award may relate to the works themselves, such as the extent of the works, restrictions on timing of the works, and any additional works that might be required.  With cases that result in loss or damage suffered by the adjoining owner, the Award will also include the level of compensation payable.

If either Owner disagrees with the surveyor’s Award then they may appeal this to the county court.  Owners have 14 days to do this and the Award will only be overturned if the court feels that the surveyors have not abided by the dispute resolution procedure, set out in the Act.

For more information, please click here to view our full list of party wall frequently asked questions.

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Party Wall FAQs 1

What is a Party Wall? A Party Wall (which can also referred to as a party structure) is a structure that straddles the boundary between two properties.  This can be both vertical as in a typical semi-detached property or horizontal as in the floor of a first floor flat.  It can also be a wall which stands solely on the land of one person but is used to separate the adjoining property.

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What is a Party Wall?

A Party Wall (which can also referred to as a party structure) is a structure that straddles the boundary between two properties.  This can be both vertical as in a typical semi-detached property or horizontal as in the floor of a first floor flat.  It can also be a wall which stands solely on the land of one person but is used to separate the adjoining property.

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Why do we need a Party Wall Act?

Up to 1996 if you did not live in the London area and you wanted to work on a party wall, you had to get specific approval from your neighbour to enable you to work on the full thickness of the wall.  Without that approval, if you encroached over the boundary (normally halfway through the wall) then you could be sued for trespass.

What is the Party Wall Act 1996?

It is an Act that enables one person who shares ownership of a wall to work on the full thickness of the wall without trespassing on the Adjoining Owner’s property.  The Act takes over the common law assumption that you can work only up to half of thickness of the wall at any one time.  Effectively both parties can work on the full thickness of the wall providing that the Act is implemented and the Adjoining Owner is protected. The act also covers excavation and other works close to a boundary but this is not covered in this commentary. 

Who is involved in a party wall agreement?

The “Building Owner” is the person who has partial ownership of the wall and wishes to undertake works to the wall.

The “Adjoining Owner” is the neighbour who is not proposing to undertake any works themselves.

The “Building Owner’s Surveyor” is a Surveyor appointed by the Building Owner to represent them in the implementation of the Party Wall Act.

The “Adjoining Owner’s Surveyor” is the Surveyor appointed by or appointed on behalf of the Adjoining Owner to represent their interests in the implementation of the Act.

The “Third Surveyor” is a Surveyor agreed between the Building Owner’s Surveyor and the Adjoining Owner’s Surveyor as an independent arbiter in the event of a dispute.  Any party, be it Owners or Surveyors, can refer the case to the Third Surveyor at any time.

What is a party wall dispute?

A dispute is where the Building Owner serves a notice on the Adjoining Owner that they intend to undertake building works under the Act but the Adjoining Owner objects to the work  or fails to respond to the notice.  In this latter case it is referred to as a “deemed dispute”.  Sometimes the Adjoining Owner is happy for the work to be undertaken but wants the protection of the Act and so will dispute the works.  It is quite possible under the Act to have a very amicable dispute between the two parties.

Even if the Adjoining Owner agrees to the works, the matter does not stop there.  If there are subsequent issues with the work, the Adjoining Owner can raise a dispute at any time and both parties then appoint a Surveyor and the matter is dealt with under the Act like any other dispute.

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