Party Wall Surveyors in St Pancras

Below you will find a list of party wall surveyors that regularly act for owners living in the St Pancras area. Clicking on their name will take you through to their website. Alternatively, you can send a message to several of the listed surveyors by ticking the box next to their name and clicking on the "Send a Message" box.

Agent Phone Address
Peter Barry Surveyors 020 7183 2578 Vicarage House, 58-60 Kensington Church Street, Kensington, London W8 4DB
Anstey Horne 020 7065 2770 4 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4UP
Delva Patman Redler 020 7936 3668 3-4 Holborn Circus, Holborn, London EC1N 2HA
Seven One Associates 020 8115 3553 85 Portland Street, London W1W 7LT
Square Point Surveyors 020 8360 5488 15 Stratton Street, London W1J 8
Jenner Jones 020 3925 3631 Suite 426, Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX
Anderson Wilde & Harris 020 7061 1100 12 Dorrington Street, London EC1N 7TB
The JPS Consultancy 020 7129 7374 78 York Street, London W1H 1DP

Get some advice on party wall procedures or a quote from a party wall surveyor

If you’re undertaking work to your St Pancras property and need advice on party wall matters or have received a party wall notice and are considering appointing a surveyor you can contact some or all of the surveyors listed above for initial advice or a quotation. We would recommend contacting 2 or 3 from the list. Try clicking through to their websites to see which ones would be most suitable for your purposes.

Are you planning to extend or alter your property and require advice on party wall matters?

If you are proposing to alter or extend your property it may be necessary to formally notify your neighbours. Works covered by the Party Wall Act include cutting in to the party wall (such as to insert beams as part of a loft conversion), excavating within 3.00m of a neighbouring or shared structure (such as for the foundations to an extension) or building a new wall either up to or astride the boundary. Upon receipt of the notice your neighbours have the option to either consent or dissent and appoint a surveyor.   

If you intend to draft the notice(s) yourself you may care to use our free Party Wall Notice Generator Tool. Alternatively, speak to the surveyors listed as most will serve notices for a nominal fee as that can be done without visiting the property.

Have you received a notice and would like some advice on your options?

It’s natural to be concerned when building works, over which you have no control, are being undertaken in close proximity to your property. It may be that the risk is minimal and a chat with one of our surveyors covering the St Pancras area should put your mind at rest if that is the case.

If the works are more complex or high risk you may choose to appoint a surveyor to ensure that any necessary safeguards are in place prior to the works commencing. As part of the process the condition of your property will be recorded and checked again at the end of the works. In all normal circumstances the owner undertaking the works will be responsible for the surveyors’ reasonable fees.   

Our article explaining the role of the party wall surveyor is a good starting point.

Information on St Pancras

St Pancras is in the London Borough of Camden but it has largely been merged into King’s Cross. It is just to the north of the Euston Road and east of Euston.

In ancient times, St Pancras was a large area that incorporated a number of churches and cemeteries. However, over the years, other areas such as Euston and King’s Cross have expanded and, as such, St Pancras is very rarely used to define a specific area. Nowadays St Pancras refers mainly to the new train terminal and the area immediately surrounding it. This whole area of London has undergone a significant amount of gentrification and its proximity to central London makes it a popular choice with house hunters. Property tends to be apartments, which are either new build or in Victorian mansion blocks.

St Pancras is one of the best-served transport areas in London. The underground at King’s Cross is in zone 1 and covers virtually all tube lines in and around the centre of the city. The mainline station operates commuter services to the north of London.