This becomes more and more of a problem when they act for a commercial lender. How can you satisfy a commercial lender in which a search for water and drainage shows that a property has been built over a public canal and that there is no evidence of the agreement, that there is no risk regarding a legal undertaker who enters the land, digs up the soil to access public sewers and does not cause any damage? 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. Working with United Utilities, we reached an agreement to prevent their inspectors from having to inspect the flow, provided it complies with the construction rules and is within the size/deep limits mentioned above. Please send an email with your full detail after JC all background information relevant to an offer, including proposal plans, pipeline plans, surveys, photos, planning conditions or any other relevant item for the proposed building permit. If you sell your property, we will know that the sewers/drain have been built and that the work corresponds to our agreement. On request, we will confirm this information to individuals or mortgage lenders acting on behalf of a potential buyer. It is almost impossible to obtain information from the water service to confirm whether the building permit should have been issued or whether the sewers were previously private and were transferred following the transfer of the private canals regulation in 2011. This makes it difficult to satisfy a commercial lender that was not necessary to reach an agreement. A commercial lender must ensure that, in a situation where a sewer contractor needs access to a sewerage system located under land, the work does not affect the value of the property and the security of the bank, and there must be some certainty as to the liability of a legal minor to repair the damage in the absence of a formal construction agreement. The housing recidivism situation and the lack of building permits appear to be insurance for compensation. However, as commercial real estate lawyers know, insurance is much more expensive when it comes to commercial real estate. The answer is not clear.
The costs of studying the history of sewers under the ground must be incurred to meet the situation, or the costs must be borne by obtaining a compensation policy. One way or another, this is an uncomfortable situation that has not contemplated the transfer of the regulation to private channels and will probably only be more frequent, since real estate that would have been private before 2011 is now falling above the public. The control of the buildings will therefore require both details of the proposal and a copy of the construction contract submitted by the sanitation authority. If a building or extension is less than 3 m from the middle line of a sewer pipe, and if the pipe is less than 225 mm in diameter, or if the bottom of the pipe is less than 3 m deep below the ground, Manchester Building Control has obtained from United Utilities the authority to approve the sewers, provided that the protection measures provided in the building code are respected and that the work is inspected by the Council`s surveyors. The requirement for a construction contract is specified in the H4 building code section 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 open in a new window). This should be sent to WastewaterDeveloperServices@uuplc.co.uk frequent problems with construction contracts that are not professionally designed (DIY): damage to the building or extension may occur if: For more information on building a public sewer, contact us at the firstname.lastname@example.org.