Wellthe buildingcompany have said they may need to erect scaffolding on our property.
No they haven'y stated the project yet simply erected a large boarded fence around the front of the property which already affects us as we now have a limited view when pulling out of our drive way. THeywere granted planning permission from HM inspectorate not local authority.
No we haven't allowed them acces to our property at all.
Yes they said that during the demolition they want to erect scaffolding on our property, but it hasn't happened yet and we have not agreed it.
But what about the cleaning up of dust and debri caused by the project?
so where do we stand if we refuse access and they damage our proprty
So do you think it's best to try and talk to the building company and come to some sort of mutual arrangement?
How do we have the upper hand?
But if we refuse, are we liable if they damage anything if it could have been prevented by lettin gthem have access?
Really so we could use this in our favour if they are being un reasonable?
What if they refuse to clean our property?
Ok then Im going to arrange a meeting with the company director to dicuss these concerns thank you