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Yes, it is all about interpretation and reading what is in the Titles and Conveyances....
From what has been written I have an interpretation with caveats.
Without seeing the Titles and Conveyances it is not clear who owns what.
- Sat Jul 16, 2011 10:01 pm
- Forum: Walls
- Topic: Walls within garden boundary- permission required?
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Party Wall law is very complex.....
An internal party wall does not have to straddle the boundary (TypeA) it can also be built at/next to the boundary (TypeB)
You really need to get the plans out and understand the conveyances and any subsequent 'agreements'.
The 2m rule is for walls at a boundary away from the highway.
There are different rules around height of sheds at boundaries under permitted development, including their location in relation to the main front elevation and the highway, etc.