The construction of an existing flow or channel can damage the pipes, causing them to drain or block, which can lead to olfactory nuisance, health problems and environmental damage. It also makes it more difficult to clear plugs and repair or replace faulty exits, which take time and are expensive. Therefore, if there is a flow below or near the proposed extension, it may be necessary to move or protect it, which may increase the cost of your project. The other possibility is that the seller will provide the buyer with compensation insurance to protect against financial losses resulting from the construction of the property through a public sewer. It is the fastest and cheapest option, but whether or not insurance is available depends on the circumstances of each case. Third, the risk of damage to the building due to the sewer failure is not excessive in terms of the fact that all sewer companies have legal rights to access public sewers located on private land. These include sewers located under or near a property. Once building permits have been issued, sewerage companies will generally attempt to seize the sewers without disrupting the land. If this is unavoidable, they will repair all the damage done in reason. This will be defined in the terms of the implementation of agreements. However, if sewers have been built without authorization, sewerage companies have the right to access and protect by any means they deem appropriate. This may include the requirement that buildings that obstruct or block access to a public channel be modified or removed at the homeowner`s expense. In reality, companies have machines that generally allow them to access a damaged pipe from another point unimpeded and avoid damage wherever possible, but a risk remains.
Flow covers indicate exits. By lifting the lid, it may be possible to see the direction, size and depth of the pipes, but not enter the chamber (which can be filled with toxic gas) and ensure that the cover is replaced safely. No authorization is required in cases where private sewers were built prior to the transfer of ownership of a sewerage company. Under these conditions, safety is ensured for an owner whose property was built before the transfer of sewers from a private channel to a public channel, in conjunction with the legal undertaker`s obligations to repair the damage suffered. It would not have been necessary to obtain a building permit from the wastewater butcher if the sewers were private. With regard to taking into account the impact of the new foundations and the current requirements of the construction law, which stipulates that the new foundations must have a depth of at least one metre.