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Underground Soil Pipes

Discussion in 'Building Regulations and Planning Permission' started by Scotty1, 22 Jun 2009.

  1. Scotty1

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    My neighbour has built an extension onto his house and has laid new soil pipes which are underground, (the pipes for this area were previously wall pipes). Is there any regulation in Scotland that states that soil pipes must be a certain distance from a neighbours boundary?
     
  2. denso13

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    No minimum or maximum distances, but there are other considerations such as proximity of existing foundations.

    The drainage should be inspected and approved as part of their building warrant conditions.
     
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