Mark Amodio Senior Director Party Walls

Acquisition of the Hopps Partnership Party Wall Business

Anstey Horne are delighted to announce the successful acquisition of the Hopps Partnership Party Wall & Neighbourly Matters business.

The Party Wall team, led by Mark Amodio, join Anstey Horne with immediate effect. They will continue to provide the same high level of service to new and existing Hopps Partnership clients under the Anstey Horne brand, as well as providing support to Anstey Horne’s existing client base.

‘I am delighted to be joining a firm with such a rich history and great reputation in providing party wall advice.

I look forward to continuing to providing advice to clients old and new, with the added support of the Anstey Horne teams’ huge knowledge and experience in resolving disputes under the Act.’

Mark Amodio, Senior Director

With one of the largest and most experienced specialist Party Wall teams Anstey Horne draw on a wealth of experience to advise developers and neighbours on how they are affected by the Act and other construction related issues.

‘We are really pleased to welcome Mark and his team. Mark has extensive experience in the field of party walls and neighbourly matters and brings a wealth of talent with him.

This increases Anstey Horne’s depth of expertise and knowledge which will be for the benefit of our clients and colleagues.’

Graham North, Senior Director & Head of Party Wall & Neighbourly Matters

The Hopps Partnership will continue to provide Building Surveying services, led by Robert Hopps.

Further Guidance when appointing a Party Wall Surveyor

If you are a Building Owner planning work to your property and want help managing the Party Wall process, please get in touch.

If you are an Adjoining Owner and have received a notice we can advise on how you can best protect your property and manage the Party Wall process.

For information on how the Party Wall Act affects you see our Party Wall Fact Sheet.

You can also find further information in our Party Wall FAQs. This has been compiled this from questions we are often asked about the Act.

You can also find guidance on choosing a Party Wall Surveyor in our recent news article.

There is some further information in the government’s explanatory booklet on the Party Wall process.

If you are unsure how the Party Wall Act affects your property and want some advice give us a call.

If you would rather we called you instead, please fill in our Contact form and we will be in touch.

For the contact details of a surveyor local to you, see our London, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Norwich & Plymouth Surveyor details.

Follow the links to see our recent article on the impact of home working on the party wall act, and the completion of Grade II listed 20 Hanover Square.

Contact

For advice direct from one of our Surveyors, please call our Enquiry line on 020 4534 3135

If you have any concerns regarding the Party Wall Act; or if you have received a notice from a neighbour and want advice on how best to protect your property, please contact :

If you are planning work covered by the Act, or if you have received notice of work from a neighbour and want advice on how best to protect your property, please contact our Enquiry line on 020 4534 3135 for advice direct from one of our surveyors.

If you’d rather we called you, please fill ion our Contact Us form and we will be in touch.

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