Neighbour’s new roof not flush

I suggest looking at that mess next door you get your own party wall officer
as soon as possible, the fact that they haven't bothered which I'm pretty sure is
a legal obligation these days for that type of work tells its own story!
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It could be they raised the roof to align with the flat roof, the ceiling height looks low in flat roof extension, looks a mess though.
Thanks for all replies about the dodgy roof.
Building control finally called me back.
He agreed it doesn’t look good.
He's going to contact the neighbour and inspect.

I just don’t have funds to appoint my own surveyor. Unfortunately party wall agreement is not a legal requirement.
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be ther when BCO inspects.
write down any questions you have.

when BCO is on site ask BCO for ther card. call bco 7.30 to 8'oclock to catch them in.
I have asked them to let me know when they’re coming so I can try to be here.
I have their mobile and email address too

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