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Should there be a Build Over Agreement for an extension over a public sewer built in 2002? When did the oversight of building over sewers move from Building Control to the Water Authorities?

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Published on LexisPSL on 13/07/2021

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  • Should there be a Build Over Agreement for an extension over a public sewer built in 2002? When did the oversight of building over sewers move from Building Control to the Water Authorities?

Should there be a Build Over Agreement for an extension over a public sewer built in 2002? When did the oversight of building over sewers move from Building Control to the Water Authorities?

Building on or over the strip of, or close to (within three meters of), a public sewer is not permitted without the consent of the water service company which may be dependent on the developer entering into a build over agreement. Such an agreement will stipulate what protection the sewer requires, what access arrangements the water service

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