We own and hold thousands of kilometres of public sewers. These remove wastewater, keep the environment clean and are an essential part of everyday life. Many of our sewers are located on private property and are usually located at the front, back or side of a lot. If you are planning a new home development or improvement project, it is important that you have the appropriate measures to protect our sewers and your new building. You can apply for your construction contract online. You can also send us a paper or PDF application by email or mail. These requests must be sent to us by the following addresses: If you have a party wall (wall shared with a neighbouring land), you must inform your neighbour and start your agreement signed at least 2 months before construction. You need permission if you are building sewers or sewers, so it is important to determine if this problem will affect your work as quickly as possible. If you discover that your work involves construction through a public channel, you must obtain formal permission from Wessex Water. This is called Build Over Agreement and the application requires a standard rate of 325, which must be paid directly to Wessex Water. However, if your building is 3 metres from a small public sewer, six key criteria defined by Wessex Water must be met instead of making a formal application. Free heritage evidence may be requested by Wessex Water to provide an overview of known public sewers nearby, but it is important to note that not all public sewers are displayed and their position is approximate.
Please note that if Wessex Water requires that CCTV investigations be carried out or that the necessary repair work must be carried out with regard to the pipelines, this should be arranged directly by yourself with Wessex Water. The calculations are mandatory for all construction work and must be submitted with your construction claim. On your behalf, we are happy to receive a fee offer after the drawings have been completed, but any tax due for their benefits should be paid directly to the statistician himself. The first thing to do is to know if there are public sewers in your country. We`ve created this guide to help you find public sewers. Please note that if your final design includes significant glazing (for example. B a glass-enclosed atrium roof) or a new construction object, an additional energy report may be required by the planning department and/or building control team to ensure that your project meets current sustainability requirements. We are happy to contact an energy company on your behalf for a fee offer, but any fee for their services should be paid directly by yourself. Due to the specialized nature and the often unforeseen complications that can result from working on listed buildings, we unfortunately cannot support the proposed works for a listed building and we advise you to contact an architect historical monument.
We recently completed a review of our construction process above or near a sewer. Sewer.Buildover@wessexwater.co.uk FAO The Sewer Build Over Team, Developer Services, Wessex Water, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7WW You don`t need to contact us and you don`t need to check our standard criteria. We have no comments on your works. The trial ends there. This may be necessary when the work affects an existing wall or structure that has been shared or at the border of a neighbouring land.