In cooperating with United Utilities, we agreed that their inspectors would not have to inspect the flow, provided it complies with the building rules and is within the aforementioned size/depth limits. For more information on building a public sewer, contact us at email@example.com. If you want to build one of our public sewers or side exits (usually within 3 meters) or near them, you will need our permission, even if it is located on your property. We must ensure that all our pipes are protected from possible damage that development may cause, so that they can continue to provide the service for which they were developed. It is also very important that we can access our pipes for maintenance and repair. This becomes more of a problem if you are acting for a commercial lender. The answer is not clear. The study of the sewer history under the property must entail costs to be convinced of the position, or there must be costs of obtaining a compensation policy. One way or another, this is an unpleasant situation that is not provided for in the regulation on the transport of private sewers and will probably only be more frequent, given that real estate that would have been above private exits before 2011 is now public. If the proposed Build Over does not meet our criteria or if the inspector has doubts about the proposals, he will escalate it so that we can speak directly to the developer to give advice and agree on the next steps. Any inspector who has verified a site on our behalf (either by a local authority or by an independent company) will inform us when inspections have taken place and will also communicate the result to us, for example.B. if construction is allowed. Damage to the building or extension can be caused if: When planning your extension, you should check if there are any sewers in which you want to build, we can help you and advise you on how to manage them.
It is almost impossible to obtain information from the water authority to confirm whether there should have been a building permit or whether the sewer channel was previously private and transferred as a result of the Transfer of Private Sewer Regulations 2011. This makes it difficult to satisfy a commercial lender that goes beyond approval. A commercial lender must be satisfied that in a situation where a sewer bogeyman needs access to a sewer under a lot, the work does not affect the value of the property and the security of the bank and that there must be some certainty as to the liability of a legal croque-mort to compensate for the damage caused in the absence of a formal construction agreement. . . .