Wall and Fence issues with Neigbour

Wall and Fence issues with Neigbour

Postby Lewisham1 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:55 pm

My neighbour requested that he replace my boundary fence with another fence as he wanted more height ( I have the boundary line on my deeds), I declined and he said he would put up a fence on his land inside my fence. My fence line also included a 2 metre wall which straddled our boundary and this wall also acted as an extension to my wooden fence. Whilst I was away for he took the wall down and put up his fence, his posts now cross my boundary. I have been left without a wall and no way to put up a new fence as cannot fit on the same run as my existing fence. I have a party wall surveyor coming over this week but also should I engage with a boundary surveyor or just go straight to solicitor. I would like either the wall rebuilt or their posts moved so I can build a wall or fence on my side as at the moment I only have their fence to look at
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Re: Wall and Fence issues with Neigbour

Postby Collaborate » Wed Mar 15, 2017 7:48 pm

Leave it to your surveyor to sort out and advise you.
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