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there is a dispute over a right of way through my gate which has been going on since 2000. The neighbour is a property developer who have built a 'Barn' in the field where the disputed right of way is and athough he has perfect access from his own property, he has intentions to sell the property in the field as potential residential with separate access through my drive. He has never used the access since 2000
how do I check to see whether access is registered and if it is, does he still have the right to abandon these vehicles on my land?
He has definitely no right to park. Am I allowed to have the vehicles removed and sold as long as the proceeds go back to him less any recovery costs?
Ok, I think I have exhausted and explored the options here. This is a very complex and difficult situation which was initially created by the local authority when using woolly wording in planning consent. This weakness in the wording has been seized upon by the ex-highways engineer, who is my neighbour to continue to try and use a right of way which he stated as being 'Given Up' when applying for his own access off the main road.
Thanks for the advice and maybe a solicitors is my next best option.