Licenses are required when access is required over adjoining owners' properties, whether they be for a crane jib, scaffold or hoarding there will be several common clauses relating to the principle of access with further clauses tailored to the specifics of the access. The Adjoining Owner is not always obliged to give access and the developer may have to resort to not having access by using a Lufting jib which can be upto twice as expensive as a static crane. Its important to open dialogue early with the Adjoining Owner to give plenty of time for negotiations.
At Tayross Associates we have experience in arranging these negotiations with the adjoining parties, whether it's neighbouring homeowners, a housing association or local authority development. In the first instance we will undertake a thorough review of the proposed plans to see if access is needed and a strategy developed to obtain approval in the form of a licence.