Thank you. I can tell you now why they’ve demolished this. Apart from the fact that it was an eyesore as it was and it still is an eyesore, they have sold the stone.
The local authority will not be interested with regard to the demolition of this unless it was a listed building which seems unlikely.
However, because of the eyesore which has been left, the council can issue the culprits with a cleaning up notice called a section 215 notice.
You would also need to look on the title plans to see whether you owned part of this you just had the right to use it because if you owned part of it, then the removal of the stone is theft which becomes a police matter.
If it’s not obvious from the title deeds owns the area, take a copy of the title plan of your own property and highlight this area on it and send it to the Land Registry with form SIM https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/527246/SIM.pdf
and the land Registry will come back and tell you whether the property is registered or not. If it’s registered, they will give you a title number. Once you have the title number, you can get the title deeds of registered land using this link for £3. https://eservices.landregistry.gov.uk/www/wps/portal/!ut/p/b1/04_SjzS0tDQwMTIxMjLXj9CPykssy0xPLMnMz0vMAfGjzOKNjSxMDA1NjDwsjM3MDTxN3dyNDUNMjQ1MjPWDU_P0c6McFQH3SLFU/
Once you have established who owns it, you would then be in a position to move forward either for compensation or with the police and to push the local authority. Don’t worry about the fact that one of the owners is a councillor.
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