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Hi, I was granted planning permission for a timber framed extension last year, we agreed with the neighbours that we could have access to put scaffolding in there garden so we could render the side that's adjoined. In return we have put up a new fence which is there boundary costing £1500 and paid for the joint water main to be replaced as it was lead and leaking costing £900, we have also offered to give them the double glazzed pvc windows we are removing ( if they stay in tact ) free of charge. I went round yesterday to arrange a date for the scaffolders to come round only to be told they were not going to allow us access now. The building as it stands now is not weather proof and constitutes a fire hazard until the rendering is done. I don't know what to do, do I have any legal rights as a verbal contract was agreed and I feel I have fulfilled my side of it ?
Hi, I really would like an answer as soon as possible, I would like to leave my question open until the 20/06/14, if no answer is forthcoming I
would like to close it for a full refund.
No its a new extension we have build, we had a verbal agreement before we started building.
Hi, we did pay for a new fence and for a new joint water main, also have offered the pvc windows we are removing in exchange for his co operation.