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    A brief explanation of a dilapidation report

    Before undertaking construction work such as excavation, soil compaction or demolition, a dilapidation report must be conducted for surrounding structures. A dilapidation report is an indispensable account of the condition, including existing damage if any, of a structure before and after construction work.


    Do you need one?

    Anyone who plans on doing construction work on their property should get a dilapidation report done. A dilapidation report may or may not be required by law, but it is always good practice to get one. It will protect you from potential disputes from your neighbours who may claim that your construction work has caused damage to their property.


    What is included in the report?

    Make sure your dilapidation report is carried out by a professional building consultant. A dilapidation report is a detailed account of the structure in question supported by relevant photographs, measurements and diagrams. It is usually signed by both the party who is about to undertake construction work and the owner of the property being inspected.