May 22, 2013 1:36 pm
We are about to start site works on our block of land in a new small estate and am going to contact the owners of the vacant block next door in regards to using their land for access of excavator and trucks. There will be site cut and retaining walls
I am having trouble wording a letter to them. can anyone help me with a basic layout and wording.
Re: letter to neighbour2
May 22, 2013 2:12 pm
just ask for them to call you and have a chat!:)
Initial Deposit 28/09/2012 // Prelim Contract Signed 25/11/2012
Selections 21/1/2013 to 23/1/2013 // Contract Signed 22/2/2013
Site Start 21/5/2013 // Slabbed 30/5/2013
Re: letter to neighbour3
May 22, 2013 6:47 pm
Easier to ask for forgiveness than permission
Your builder may be able to provide some direction given their experience with these matters.
Or if like ours the subbies just did as they wished ....
Deposit Paid 31/10/12
Wall Frames 3/6
Brickwork Finished 2/7
Lock Up 19/7
Re: letter to neighbour4
May 22, 2013 8:33 pm
Yeah I reckon a phone call might be a good start.
Just be really friendly, "how are you going mate" type stuff.
Just say the builders asked me to call and see if it would be OK if they access the boundary line from your block for retaining works.
That way not only you but the builder get on their good side.
Re: letter to neighbour5
May 22, 2013 9:19 pm
if you do get permission, make sure you get good photos of the kerb and channel and crossover of your neighbours block. Just incase the builders trucks etc. damage it; you can then make the builder pay for it to be repaired rather than them saying that it was there before. It will protect you and your neighbour; it would be a good idea to give them a copy.
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