I need a diagram to understand this.I had a neighbour once who put up a couple of fence panels to give them privacy on their patio. I was going to do the exact same, but they did it before me. They were new build properties and the developer had just installed a chain link fence between us.
After my neighbour had finished, I removed the chain link fence my side, and attached the cut end to the end of her new fence. Suppose I should of asked, ‘cos she went ape s**t. Accused me of stealing some of her garden, the bit where the chain link was. Got quite heated, so I put the chain link back.
So I then put up some of my own fence panels, next to hers, with the chain link sandwiched in between.
Stupid cow, if I had done it first, and she did the same with the chain link, wouldn’t of mattered a jot with me.
Agreed. We're retired, kids have flown the nest and it's too quiet. We have a primary school at the end of the road; it's great to hear them shouting and squealing at play times.Sorry to hear yet another miserable neighbour story. What’s wrong with some people, children are meant to play have fun and make some noise.
Just paint your side if you don’t like it. And if you can see the top from your windows don’t forgot that part
It will depend on the deeds, but usually you own the fence to your left and your neighbour owns the fence on your right \ their left (although that seems to be the opposite for @Wahreo). For the fence at the foot of the garden, typically it will be shared ownership between you and that neighbour, unless it's their left-hand fence, in which case it's quite likely that they own it. You'll need to check the deeds to be sure, though.So using the above photo as an example (we have the same style fences - only at the back of the garden) and assuming the fence with all the arrows is the back fence at the rear of the garden, would this fence generally belong to me or the neighbour?
My question is this :
During the past week, I have noticed that some of the slats have become loose and dropped down, so much so, that you can now see straight through the fence (the blue areas). Also, there are concrete posts instead of the wooden ones (the red arrows). The fence is actually quite weathered and to be honest, needs replacing (when the current weather becomes dryer).
Would it be a simple case of removing the old panel (the black area) and slotting a new one in?
Looking on the B & Q website, these panels are only around £12 which is quite reasonable......
If that came through my door, I'd definitely look at getting a (taller) fence erected on my side of the boundary and telling her to get stuffed.Just had this note come through the door. I’ve not said a work to the neighbour since the fence was installed yesterday. She then drops the note off. Random
I Honestly don’t know what her beef is. Other than old age, living alone with nobody to say ‘stop being silly Dear’
here’s the note for your viewing pleasure. Thoughts ?
the other half worked from home yesterday because she didn’t like the idea of a load of blokes in our garden. They looked a bit dodgy.
bang on. I had even decided once I’d seen the fence that I wasn’t going to put another one up in front. The note changed that decision.If that came through my door, I'd definitely look at getting a (taller) fence erected on my side of the boundary and telling her to get stuffed.