Dec 11, 2019 12:03 pm
Re: Neighbours slab higher than my house4
Dec 11, 2019 3:31 pm
.......my neighbour slab is higher than both the adjoining houses. I am worrying about if this needs a retaining wall and if do then who is bearing its expense.
It depends on what the natural ground levels were and who altered what.
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Re: Neighbours slab higher than my house5
Dec 11, 2019 4:12 pm
this house has a slab higher than both adjoining houses . There are 4 properties side by side the rest are almost on same height except this and originally the soil was all flat prior to slab been poured
Re: Neighbours slab higher than my house6
Dec 11, 2019 10:48 pm
Hey mate, I work at a surveying firm and the retaining wall cost is always paid for by the person it benefits. They are in full, so they are being benefited. It is their cost.
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Adilneighbours slab is about 2 feet high wonder if this requiresneighbours slab is about 2 feet high wonder if this requires
Yes thats right because their land was below my slab as in the picture but after they poured their slab it got high around 2feet so they must have done the fill.
hoody_s13House slab is exposed all along the sides. Is this right?House slab is exposed all along the sides. Is this right?
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