the land was gifted to me from my mother who had owned it for 30 years. She found the old doc in some old papers from her old house that she has now sold. she tells me that she always thought there was a drain on the field somewhere but always thought that it was a land drain. There is another chamber just outside the curtilage of the paddock that is also on land that I own and the drain runs in a straight line from A to B between the manhole covers directly under the bungalow
no one isn't replying to me are you still working on this
well what a rubbish service I just hope you aren't going to take my money.
well yes I would like an opinion please thank you. I wasn't very pleased with the last response, in fact there wasn't one. I appreciate that this may be quite complex but I just need to know if I have any redress either from the water company, or indeed perhaps my architect, who I feel should halve done ore initial investigations.
yes, the sewer manager has come out and said there would be no point applying for a "build over" agreement and incurring that expense but it would almost certainly be refused. My independent engineer was at the site meeting and said that would be the case.
sorry for late response computer down. Yes thanks I will contact both those organisations to get further advice. There must be some redress somewhere and I certainly don't want to sue my architect which has been suggested by a few people.