You have received a dangerous structure notice.
I have another case, which is virtually the same, but in thiscase, the house is above the wall and it is a car park below the wall. The carpark is surrounded by sand stone wall and the retaining wall between the houseand the car park is collapsed. The house is made of brick.
The people who owned the car park (a social club) maintain thatthe wall is owned by the house and we maintain (probably a bit more logically),but as it is the same stone as the rest of the car park wall, it belongs to thecar park.
Meanwhile, the wall remains collapsed.
If the wall is stone, what are the houses made of? Are there anyother stone walls in the vicinity owned by the local authority or privatehouses?
The houses are of stone construction and there are no other retaining walls nearby. The wall was built around 100 years ago as was the main part of the house. The road has been adopted by the council and the mass poured concrete upper section of the wall runs behind all 5 properties and has clearly been built all at the same time sometime we believe between 1920 and 1960.