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1. It is a clear cut case of suing the architects in negligence as it is a botched job by them. However, you should keep a careful eye on what loss has beeen caused as this will be key when it comes to suing them. In essence remedial works will have to be carried out now. But will this mean that there will have to be a fresh application for planning? Most likely. You should also consider whether you wish to allow the same firm of architects remedy what has gone wrong and prepare fresh plans, this time with the aid of some positioning device which might get the measurements correct. However all these losses should be recoverable from the architects insurance policy.
since getting approved planning 2011 the mayor of london has brought in the new london plan for properties, my development falls short of the required space so therefore will probably have to re apply for 1x1bed flat and 3x3 bedsits as opposed to my original of 1x2 bed flat and 3x1 bed flat, am i also within my rights to claim for this substantial loss in the difference between property value and future values.
can you give me your knowledge on the type of lawyer or expert i need to help me go forward with this claim,also property is increasing in value year on year and especially mine being on the borders of the square mile,olympics,river thames docklands and 300 metres from the new crossrail link to be finished in the next couple of years, can i claim for future loss of some kind.
many thanks so far you have been very helpful Alan