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Chartered Surveyor and Property Consultant

Phone Number: 01732 355 639

Boundary Resolution Services
Tonbridge, Kent

If you are looking for boundary resolution services in Tonbridge, Kent you may need advice from a professional chartered surveyor.

Land boundary issues among neighbours is a fact of life in England since there are no defined cadastral boundaries in position.

However, it is required to seek practical property advice if you happen to face, or need to report a dispute before matters get worse.

Dispute resolution

Dispute resolution helps owners of residential properties resolve any issues or disputes there may be between two or more parties, and make a deal on some relevant terms.

Documents in the Land Registry are covered by general rules and are based on Ordnance Survey plans. Therefore, these documents/plans do not define property boundaries. 

The registered body for the conveyances, pre-registration and transfers of the title should be listed in the Land Registry.

List of services:

  • Boundary Resolution Advice
  • RICS Land Surveyor
  • Ordnance Surveys
  • Surveying Services

If you have failed to reach an amicable agreement with your neighbour, seek advice from someone who specialises in property issues. This is one of the important steps to undertake.

The title plan may not represent an accurate position of the property edge. The Land Registration Act 2002 helps you to understand certain factors used to record and determine your boundary.

Contact Prentice Resolution Services today on 01732 355 639 to discuss your property dispute requirements in Canterbury, Maidstone, Tonbridge and Kent.


We offer boundary dispute throughout the Kent area. Follow the link to see all of the areas we cover.

  • Ashford
  • Canterbury
  • Dartford
  • Dover
  • Gravesham
  • Gravesend
  • Maidstone
  • Medway
  • Sevenoaks
  • Folkestone and Hythe
  • Swale
  • Thanet
  • Tonbridge and Malling
  • Tunbridge Wells

Choosing a Chartered Surveyor

The members of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) are regulated members that provide services in areas such as management and development of land, and construction.

Though they may use up to twenty different designations ranging from Arts & Antiques to Valuations, there is no title as a Boundary Surveyor.

For boundary resolution, you will need to find a chartered professional who is a specialist in demarcation and disputes. When approached by the owners of the properties, we try our best to approach the matter in a practical way.

Getting an agreement is a final object which can then be registered and all parties will be content with.

Our clients value our knowledge and experience in all aspects of boundary disputes. We work with landlords, homeowners and business property managers to attend to their claims regarding property boundaries and party walls.


Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Legal advice and litigation have become a common solution to resolving many disputes or conflicts between neighbours, businesses and building owners.

boundary disputes resolution in Maidstone, Canterbury, Tonbridge and Kent

However, the option of alternative dispute resolution is gaining favour amongst residential and commercial property owners.

Taking claims through the court system can become an expensive process. For this reason, it is advisable that you seek out professional dispute service, that has a lot of experience in the industry, to resolve the boundary dispute and explain your rights.


Property surveying services

If you need about advice about a residential boundary dispute, you are required to seek a solution before it escalates into a costly legal matter.

Ask our registered chartered surveyor to provide dispute resolution that both parties can agree with.

Contact Prentice Resolution Services today on 01732 355 639 to discuss your property dispute requirements in Canterbury, Maidstone, Tonbridge and Kent.


Expert Witness

If an issue with property boundaries or party wall disputes require a professional to offer advice. 

A Chartered Surveyor is the most experienced person to provide an expert witness service. They will be trained and selected by the RICS to offer an impartial expert witness report to the court.

Boundary Dispute Resolution Methods

There are many approved methods for solving boundary disputes that we use, here at Edward Prentice Ltd.

If you would like to find out more information about these services, please get in touch with us today, and we'll be happy to help. We understand how much boundary disputes can affect you, which is why we provide our customers with professional and high-quality services.

Stage 1. Expert Evaluation

The first step that we take to solve your boundary dispute is to do an expert evaluation. An expert chartered surveyor will assess the entire situation, including the sides of both parties involved in the dispute.

Then, a report will be written to give reasons for the dispute, the results of the inspection and statements from both parties. If the evaluation settles the dispute, then the next stage won't be taken.

Stage 2. Negotiation and Compromise

This is where techniques, such as mediation are brought in. The expert chartered surveyor will listen to both sides through a statement, which is given by each, and come up with a settlement.

The chartered surveyor will see all the similarities and differences between the neighbours and what they want to achieve. If this doesn't work, the parties may choose to go to court, but we do try to avoid this at all costs.

Stage 3. Expert Witness Report

If this case does go to court, then this stage is how we help the court come to a settlement.

We will write an expert witness report with reasoning to the dispute, and the arguments between both the parties. This saves the court's time and also both of the parties time, to get the dispute settles quicker.


Contact us for Boundary Resolution Services

Ask our team about boundary disputes resolution in Tonbridge  and Kent, and we will provide you with any of your required information, or estimations of the cost. You can contact us via phone or email.

We have a friendly team in our office that will always be happy to help. We can get hold of deeds, legal rights and the land registry for any building, office, and private road. 

All your information is kept private and confidential. Call Prentice Resolution Services today on 01732 355 639 to discuss your property claims.


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