Online Party Wall Notices

Welcome to Harrison Clarke’s assisted Party Wall Notices!

As party wall surveyors, we often see building owners using the free party wall notice templates that can be downloaded online. Unfortunately, in most cases these notices are rarely valid. To solve this problem, we have created a service to allow you to create your own notices, whilst being guided by specific questions to help you ensure you are serving valid notices.


  1. Fill out the form below and we will provide you with Party Wall Notices to serve on your neighbour.
  2. Once you’ve completed the form, you will be directed to our
    easy online payment system. We charge £100.00 including VAT
    for our online notice pack.
  3. Once you have paid, we will create your party wall notices and
    send them within 1 working day. Your party wall notices will need
    to be printed at home. If you don’t have access to a printer, we
    can print them for an extra £20.

Complete your Party Wall notice in 4 easy steps:



Read our guide on how to
have this conversation.


Fill out the questionnaire
and send it back to us, so
we can build your notice


Make a payment using
our easy online payment


Once you have paid, we
will create your party wall
notices and send them
within 1 working day.

Speak to your neighbours:

Have a read through our step-by-step guide on how to propose your building plans with your neighbour. Focus on explaining your proposed works, talk though potential concerns to ensure that everyone involved is happy. Making certain that everyone is happy will assist in a smooth building project.


Ensure that everyone involved is happy with the time arranged. Also make sure to find a place where you won’t be interrupted.


Make certain to have your plans outlined in a way that is understandable. It’s also important to explain the benefits that this work could have.


There’s the potential that your neighbours may have concerns. Make sure to allow your neighbour a chance to explain their concerns, whilst trying to come up with solutions to show you’re looking at their interests too.


Explain to your neighbour that you will be serving formal party wall notices for them to sign. Consent is the aim here, however bear in mind that your neighbour has the right to dissent and appoint a surveyor..


This is the time you create your party wall documents. Download, complete and send back the form. Which can be found here. We will send you your party wall notices, ready to serve on your neighbor.



Download our form, tell us about your proposal, fill out our questions and we will build your party wall notices for you.
Want your notice printed out for you? For an extra £20 we can print them off for you.


If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate
to contact us.

Make a payment:

Please select your payment option below (with or without our additional printing service.)

By making a purchase you are agreeing to our terms and conditions below: 

Consent to our terms to complete your notices. We will not be responsible for any loss, financial or otherwise, resulting from the use of any service on this website which results from the provision of inaccurate information by you. When procuring party wall notices from this website, it is your responsibility to ensure that all information provided by you is true and accurate, and that you have provided sufficient information to accurately provide any service procured. This ‘online’ Party Wall Notice service does not guarantee compliance, and its validity is wholly dependent on whether the information that you provide is correct. Use of this party wall notice service is only recommended for those who possess sufficient knowledge of the Act, and the interpretations covered in section 20 of the Act, to independently prepare party wall notices. By using this party wall notice service, you have voluntarily opted not to seek professional advice from a party wall surveyor and understand that compliance is not guaranteed by Harrison Clarke Limited. Furthermore, you understand that you are solely responsible for any omissions made, either in the distribution of the notice to Owners, or the contents of the documents created by this party wall notice service. By consenting to this service, you are authorising Harrison Clarke to sign party wall notices on behalf you as the building owner. 

FAQ - Party Wall

At Harrison Clarke we recommend that you should give at least two months’ notice before the planned start date of works to a Party Wall.

You must serve a party wall notice if you plan to:

  • Excavate below and near to your neighbours’ foundations.
  • Carry out works to a Party Structure, Party Wall, or Party Fence Wall.
  • Build on or up to the boundary between two properties.

The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 is not guidance. If you are planning to complete work covered by the Act, you have a legal requirement to fulfil your obligations to Adjoining Owners. If you are unsure if your works are notifiable, you should speak to an experienced Party Wall surveyor for advice.

Yes, you can! However, it is important to ensure that your Party Wall notice valid. The notices must follow a certain prescribed format as laid out in the Act for them to be valid and enforceable by law.

A party fence wall is a wall built astride the boundary that does not form part of a building.

Several things can invalidate a Party Wall notice. Common mistakes include incorrect names or addresses, insufficient notice periods and forgetting to include relevant drawings.

Using a Party Wall surveyor is optional when it comes to preparing and serving notices, but you must appoint a surveyor in the event of dispute. We highly recommend seeking the advice of an experienced Party Wall surveyor if you intend to create your own notices.

The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 is clear that either written consent for the notifiable works or an Award must be in place before you can start your works. If you ignore this, your neighbour may have a claim against you.

In normal circumstances, the Building Owner planning to complete the works will be responsible for all fees. That includes your neighbour’s Party Wall surveyor in the event of dissent.

Your neighbour will have 14 days to respond to your initial Party Wall notices. If they do not respond, you will need to serve another notice giving them a further 10 days to respond. If you still receive no response, they are deemed to have dissented, and you must then appoint a second surveyor on their behalf to produce an Award.

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