Hello

Re: Hello

Postby arborlad » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:32 pm

MPSTEVENS wrote:
The current land adjacent to my property is a former public house which is Grade 2 listed.
To the rear of my property is a stone wall which used to be a farmstead with associated buildings.

There is also an old hay loft which incorporates the side of my boundary wall which is away from the former pub.
(This hay loft however belongs to the builder who bought the pub & land) This is a grey area also as the hay loft barn runs into the boundary wall which then runs around to the front of my house.
The wall stone does follow round the side to the front of my property.


Thank You



A sketch or (anonymised) title plan may help. Grey it may be, but significant effects on the outcome for both parties.
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