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Where the owner is building an extension on property A and needs to erect scaffolding on property B, if the owner of B refuses to grant a scaffolding licence, are there any statutory provisions that the owner of A can rely on?

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Produced in partnership with Christopher Snell of New Square Chambers
Published on LexisPSL on 14/02/2017

The following Property Q&A produced in partnership with Christopher Snell of New Square Chambers provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Where the owner is building an extension on property A and needs to erect scaffolding on property B, if the owner of B refuses to grant a scaffolding licence, are there any statutory provisions that the owner of A can rely on?
  • Case study

Where the owner is building an extension on property A and needs to erect scaffolding on property B, if the owner of B refuses to grant a scaffolding licence, are there any statutory provisions that the owner of A can rely on?

Case study

The owner is building an extension on property A and needs to erect scaffolding on property B to do so. The works are not repair works and therefore the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992 (ANLA 1992) should not apply. If the owner of B refuses to grant a scaffolding licence, are there any statutory provisions that the owner of A rely on?

The ANLA 1992 can facilitate matters on occasions, however a court will usually only grant an access order pursuant to ANLA 1992 where it is necessary to:

  1. carry out maintenance, renovation or

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