To apply for construction above or near a public sewer, please apply via InFlow via the link on the right. Common problems in build-over agreements that are not professionally designed (DIY): First – That the building, extension or work that involves support – A build over agreement gives the water company the certainty that the work to be done does not negatively affect the underlying sewers and also ensure that the water company still has sufficient access to the sewers for it to repair and maintain it is possible to do so. If you plan to build near or above a public sewer, you should contact the water company before the work done to identify the needs. If you want to build via a sewer, you need a construction agreement. This is necessary if you plan to build a building, extension, support or similar work near or directly over an existing sewer. The distance from the sewage disposal channel depends on several factors, including the depth of sewers, sewer reviews, etc., although it is usually 3 m. Before making a request for overbuilding or near a sewer, if there is an overbuilding agreement, a copy would have been made available to the owner to comply with the deed of the land and the local land royalty service of the Council. A con29DW or commercial drainage research would determine whether such an agreement exists. In accordance with Part H4 of the 2000 Construction Code, the authorisation may have been granted without the need for such an agreement and, therefore, a copy of the building code approval document may suffice. A posteriori authorization cannot be granted by Anglian Water. Third, the risk of damaging the building by faulty sewers is not excessive, given that it depends on the individual situation, but for a request for a public sewer overflow, you probably need this: find out why we need to know that you are planning a construction, or near a sewer, look digdat, to find our public sewers and water pipes. The requirement for a surbau agreement is defined in the Construction Code Part H4 When building a development, you must ensure that there are no public sewers in the area of the planned work. Please send an email containing all the basic information relevant to an offer, including proposal plans, remediation plans, measures, photos, planning conditions or anything relevant to the proposed construction agreement.
If no build-over contract has been concluded, the seller should have a CCTV investigation carried out on the sewers and transmit the film equipment to the water company. If the water company is satisfied that the sewage disposal channel is in good condition, it will issue a comfort letter confirming that the sewage disposal channel is in satisfactory condition. The comfort letter usually convinces the buyer and their lender that the water company will not take any action to demolish the offensive structure above the public sewers. . . .