Boundary and party wall disputes
For mediation services in relation to boundary disputes go to The Property Mediators. Gary Webber, the General Editor of Property Law UK is a founder member of The Property Mediators. His personal mediator profile is here.
Party Wall and Boundaries Hub
This site is intended as a resource for lawyers, surveyors and members of the public looking for information and guidance on neighbourly matters, in particular party walls, boundaries and easements. On the site you will find articles, judgments (many unreported and/or unavailable elsewhere) and case summaries as well as links to other useful online resources. It is operated and maintained by Nick Isaac QC, barrister, of Tanfield Chambers. To access the site click here.
PSL Chartered Land Surveyors
PSL Chartered Land Surveyors is one of the best known organisations for boundary surveys in the country. David Powell, Managing Director of the company, is the author of "Anstey's Boundary Disputes". To access the site click here.
The Boundary Problems website is maintained by Jon Maynard FRICS a chartered land surveyor specialising in boundary and other problems between neighbours. It includes lots of practical advice. To access the site click here.
Old Aerial Photos
Aerial photography can be very useful in boundary disputes, particularly when the issue is adverse possession. The photographs can often show whether or not the relevant feature, a hedge, a fence etc. was in situ at the relevant time. Historic aerial photos are available from the "Old Aerial Photos" website. To access the site click here.
Airphoto Interpretation is an organisation that offers a number of services including the interpretation of boundary evidence using aerial photography. To access the site click here.
The Ordnance Survey website can be very helpful if you need maps and related help in boundary disputes. To access the site click here.
The Garden Law website has some useful information on roots, trees and bonfires etc. It also has a lively discussion forum which contains some interesting questions and answers. To access the site click here.