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    Do I need a retrospective Build over agreement from Thames Water
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    • 19th Oct 09, 11:13 AM
    Do I need a retrospective Build over agreement from Thames Water 19th Oct 09 at 11:13 AM
    To all,

    I am new to this so I would appreciate any help you can give me.

    My partner and I are currently buying our first house together and are nearing the end of what has been a very stressful experience. We are very close to exchange and on Friday were told that we needed to gain a retrospective Build over agreement from Thames Water as there is a double garage at the end of the garden that is built within 3m of a public sewer. It has also been suggested that we don't need to get one as the garage was built before 1996?

    I'm confused as I am hearing different things from different sides and would like to know where we stand, we are now waiting to hear back from Thames Water but know this could take weeks so if anyone can help me out in the mean time that would be great.

    Many thanks in anticipation
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