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Plan Ahead to Avoid Mistakes and Expensive Surprises

A recent case near Grimsby has seen one developer demolish a two-storey house worth at least £250,000 after it was built on a major water main – an expensive mistake that could have easily been avoided with some forward planning and surveys. Unaware of the…

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What to do when you have a Boundary Dispute?

Boundary problems are common in England and Wales and with high house prices, every small corner or strip of land could become very valuable. The reasons for boundary disputes vary, but often they relate to the planning of a new extension, uncertainty about the original…

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Surrey Hills Investigation

Technics was able to use the physical features still present to resolve this boundary dispute, but what does it mean for the client when there are no physical features available? Technics was commissioned to clarify and demarcate a boundary between a residential house and private…

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Your Registered Title may not be your Legal Boundary

The Issue There’s a lot of confusion about boundary plans and what they actually show. The terminology doesn’t help much and only adds to the general confusion. The plans that are used when we buy and sell property only indicate the boundary line and don’t…

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Sinkholes – can they be avoided?

Technics Group invited their partner Arrow Geophysics to provide a Guest blog about subsidence and sinkholes, which as we know have been highlighted in the news due to the heavy rain and extreme flooding that we’ve been experiencing recently. According to news reports this has…

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