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Re: Toast rack neighbours scrap over 12-inch land grab

by janee » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:54 am

It may be first world problems but the difference for the neighbours is whether you can take things from the back of your house to the road or not and intrusion of rights.  Many years ago I went through a similar thing when my neighbours wanted to fence off their land, preventing my access to the road from the back of my house.  I'm glad that I did not allow myself to be bullied, took legal advice and forced them to recognise my right of way.  It means that I do not have to haul garden waste, for example, through the house.  My house is much more modest than these but the problem is the same.

Unfortunately if the new neighbours get away with it, others could use that as an example.

Re: Toast rack neighbours scrap over 12-inch land grab

by rubyonrails » Tue Oct 15, 2019 2:27 pm

:shock: I mean really??!! 12 inches of land between several million £££££'s of real estate # first world problem 

Toast rack neighbours scrap over 12-inch land grab

by dotcom » Tue Oct 15, 2019 12:05 pm

DOn't post very often but had to share this  :o

Multi-millionaire 'toast rack' neighbours scrap over a 12-inch 'land grab' that could see a brand new £3 million house partially demolished to move it by a foot.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... -grab.html

 

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