Offer of some advice please

Re: Offer of some advice please

Postby arborlad » Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:49 am

COGGY wrote: Is it possible for you to put a plan or sketch to help clarify the problem? Regards Coggy




............yes please :)




COGGY wrote:Hi Loosey

I don't read it as though you are discussing two pieces of land. It is however very confusing.




...........indeed it is, one piece of land seems to abut or adjoin the roadway and the other seems to abut or adjoin the neighbour, marked with 'concrete', which I think is a pc path edging......perhaps we're both wrong.
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Re: Re Land Registry Title Plans

Postby arborlad » Wed Sep 28, 2016 9:57 am

Loosey wrote:We have a boundary shown as a concrete separating our house from my neighbour as defined on the Land Registary Title Plans for both of our properties.



Can you clarify what you mean by 'concrete'?

Much better now the threads have been merged............
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Re: Offer of some advice please

Postby arborlad » Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:28 pm

Best to stick to one thread:



Loosey wrote:Following my posts back in September I received comments from Garden Law Members which I appreciated.

I have again reviewed my deeds and transfer plans in conjunction with neighbours deeds and transfer plans to try to get some clarification on my boundary which I am still happy about.

Land Registry Plans
The boundary separating both our properties is a concrete edging curb to the edge of my neighbours drive and is clearly shown in the same position on our LR title plans, on the other side of the concrete edging was open plan lawn in my front garden.

Transfer Plans
The developers transfer plans which are for identification purposes only and are not drawn to scale show a triangular service strip routing in my front garden, part of the service strip is also shown on my neighbours transfer plan.

The Problem I have
Before I moved into the property my neighbour moved the boundary as shown on both our LR title plans into the service strip ( shown on the transfer plans ) effectively taking 1 meter off my front garden to widen his drive.
As I understand it please correct me if I am wrong but the service strip is an easement and is owned by the council to lay and maintain services to our properties. Although part of the service strip is shown on his deeds he had no right to move the boundary by about 1 meter into the service strip to widen his drive.

My neighbour thinks because part of the service strip is shown on his transfer plan he owns the land

I would welcome any comments to try to resolve this issue, hopefully to get my neighbour to move some wooden edgings back to the original boundary position and reinstate the service strip back to lawn.
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