how to know which fence is yours? a serious headache, particularly for people who are renting a property in the middle of a terrace, it is important to know which fence you are responsible for, in both your back and front garden. though it may not seem important, it can create a very severe legal
i was talking with my neighbour and she said she was thinking of repairing the fence that's between her back yard and mine. neither of us knew whose responsibility this is. anybody know how i could and try and find out who owns the fence? those that you have responsibility for will have a 't' marked by the fence in your side of the garden .
the land of my back garden is about somewhere between 3 and 4ft higher than my neighbours. i'm thinking about replacing the old. fence with new 6ft panels which will need to stand on a supporting wall to hold the soil back. if the brick base is built to my soil level and then the fence put on top it'll potentially be 9ft high on their side.
depends i am a bulder and my nhbour told me the same just to piss him off still put the nice side on my side. now when you looking at your garden your back to the house left side in your baundry and right is your neighbours. on the left you have to let the neighbour to have the smooth side of the fence, and your neighbour on your right has to do the same.
if the fence is already up and the batens are on your side.i`ts your`s.if you put up the fence ,it`s your`s.if your still confused look down your garden from the back of your house,the fence on your left is your`s.
garden boundary is a strht line, but in most cases it is. once you have established the boundary line, it should be possible to work out whether the fence or other feature you are interested in falls inside or outside your land.
the fence which is on my right when my back is to the house was built in front the brick garden wall of the old terrace house next door therefore i have assumed that this belongs to my house. this makes the fence on my left next doors.
when it comes to understanding fence boundaries or knowing who owns what, the best starting point will always come with the title deeds. if your home is included in a new housing estate or scheme, it is very likely that there will be an available scale plan which will clearly mark out the boundaries of a garden and property.
its an old fence and the winter weather has blown down four panels. my neighbours keep throwing the panels into my driveway and back garden, despite me telling them on numerous occasions its not my fence. the fence also goes around the back of their property and im at a loss as to how to get them tonrealise it belongs to them. any advice?
if the fence is a dividing fence, that divides your backyard from your neighbors back yard, the good side of the fence should be facing your yard. if the good side is not facing your yard, and you needed to maintain the fence at a later date, you would need to get the neighbors permission to enter their yard to maintain your fence.
boundary dispute resolution. in situations where you must erect a garden fence at your backyard, you may incur the cost of installing and maintaining the garden fence. if you own property in london, you must be informed about and policies, rules and regulations relating to owning a property in london.
my neighbour's fence makes my garden very dark beacuse his fence is high and his garden is on higher land than mine. if your neighbour's fence is within the height limits set by your local authority, when measured from the ground on which it stands not from the level of the ground on your side of the fence then there is nothing that you can do about it.
which side of fencing belongs to me? right or left please?found neighbours dog in garden this morning and the fence is badly broken and i doubt anyone would want to repair or replace fence because of this but i dont want to be paying out for a fence if it isnt mine. quote as i look out of my back door the fence on the right hand side
you can buy these on the internet if you like, see land reg .org the ownership of the fence/wall party wall will generally be marked with a t. this could be on the left or the right or indeed towards any fence front or back. the t, whos fence it is will be marked on plan and shown inside your boundary.
have recently moved into a house with a rather delapidated fence on the right hand side. the house to the right is rented out and in pretty bad condition generally, and i would quite like to replace this fence.
which side of fence is mine? answer save. 12 answers. relevance. on thin ice. if you mean what fence is yours,it is the one on the left if you are looking up your back garden from your house or the one on the right at the front of your house. 0 0 2. login to reply the answers post; jackyblu.
my other neighbour on the right, not my boundary , insisted that in his deeds that boundary was mine, sepecially when the fence blew down. in the time i was there i replaced and maintained most of the boundaries, putting up exactly what type of fencing that i wanted, nice side to me, all by agreement with the neighbours.
how can you tell which side of the garden fence is yours? looking out of my back door i have panal fencing down both sides on the left which i did think was ours has the nice side and on the right next door have the nice side. next door changed one of there panals on the right and dumped the old one
about your property boundaries, working out your boundary lines, boundaries and neighbour disputes, agreeing who's responsible for walls and fences your property boundaries - gov.uk skip to main
for example, it is commonly believed that if fence posts are located in one persons garden they own the fence. however, whilst it is customary to construct a fence in such manner the position of the fence posts do not dictate who is legally responsible for the fence.
the 'edge' fences are owned by my neighbours even though the fence posts of one are on my side , so i am only responsible for the one at the bottom of my garden. 20:16 mon 02nd dec 2002 couchy
the fence was built before the passage of the law: if a previously existing fence violates new height regulations, in most cases it can remain. a variance applies: a person can apply for a variance, a one-time exception to the law, if they intend to build a fence that violates a local ordinance.
sorry this is not the same as the fence or wall, or hedgerow etc . the person responsible for the fence is the person that owns the fence. typically, a person who has responsibility for a boundary, would normally erect a fence, wall, hedgerow etc. however, it may well be that an adjacent land owner erected a fence on their land
if a fence is already in place then it belongs to the person who erected it. if the fence is already up and the batens are on your side.i`ts your`s.if you put up the fence ,it`s your`s.if your still confused look down your garden from the back of your house,the fence on your left is your`s.