Arundel Great Court

We advised on all Party Wall matters for the redevelopment of Arundel Great Court in London.

The Party Wall advice for the redevelopment of Arundel Great Court involved a sensitive site located on the Strand in central London, overlooking the river Thames and close to a number of important listed buildings including Grade I listed Somerset House and St Mary-le -Strand Church. The site also lies within strategic views of St Paul’s, including views seen from Westminster Bridge.

The site is currently occupied by a perimeter block which has few active frontages onto the surrounding streets, and private central courtyard. The masterplan for the redevelopment aims to create permeability within the block as well as introducing a new mix of uses, including a large office building as well as a 10-14 storey residential and hotel building as well as retail units.

The project involves the demolition of the existing building, including work to extensive basements. The new development will be 14 storeys high, and include 147 residential units, and a 113 room hotel.

Services

We advised on all aspects of party wall and neighbourly matters.

Client : Land Securities

Architect : Wilkinson Eyre

Services : Daylight & Sunlight, Party Wall & Neighbourly Matters

Sector : Mixed Use – Hotel & Residential

Party Wall & Neighbourly Matters Services

Party Wall Advice

Security for Expenses

Schedules of Condition

Boundary Reports & Advice

Boundary Disputes

Development Agreements

Movement & Vibration Monitoring

Neighbourly Liaison

Rights of Way & Easements

Crane Oversail & Scaffold Licensing

Also see our recent work at Mazarin House.

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. For more information check out our news article on whether you need a party wall agreement when building an extension.

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

For a quick Party Wall Quote for your project send us the details of your planned work here.

Local Party Wall Surveyors

To contact a Party Wall surveyor that’s local to you, see details of our teams in :

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

If you are planning work that is 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:

Link: Make an enquiry

Team members shown:

  • Graham North
  • Geoffrey Adams
  • Mark Amodio
  • Rickie Bloom