Do I Need Neighbour Permission to Extend Drive Way?

Postby Tazul » Tue Apr 15, 2014 6:46 am


I was hoping someone out there can help me with my question.

I wanted to move my fence on my driveway closer to my property boundary. To cut the story short

- The fence was put up by the previous owners. I have taken the fence down to move it closer to my property boundary as i need more space now as we have 2 cars in the family. After i have taken the fence off and marked the floor and was about to put the fence up close to my property boundary my neighbour went off one saying i cant do that because he thinks its a shared entrance. If i did put it up, he will report me to the local council. I have checked the land registry and this does not seem to show that its a shared entrance. To be awkward now every times he parks on his driveway he parks more towards the right where i have marked floor to put the fence up.

I have uploaded a picture of my drive way and also the land registry. Please click on the link below

Any advise will be appreciated

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Simply Build It

Postby welsh brickie » Tue Apr 15, 2014 1:23 pm

the difference in pebbledash denotes the boundry line between the 2 properties, so if you set your fence line at a 90 degree angle to your house it should be correct. BUT you need to check with the local planning officer for all matters relating to a boundry dispute
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