Thank you. I appear to have three copies of the title plan and a result of the search of the Index Map showing that whichever land was enquired about (I don’t have a plan of the land was enquired about unless what I thought was the title plan was the Search Index Map plan).
I’m afraid that the plan means nothing without a narrative.
You refer to 29 twice. I don’t know what that duplicate reference means.
I assume that the church hall you are referring to is the hall called the Church hall on the plan. If not, please explain.
Cutting through all that, if the occupiers of your premises have used an area which is privately owned, for parking, for more than 20 years or just for access for more than 20 years, (without objection and without consent and not in secret) then you can claim the right of access and/or to park under the provisions of the Prescription Act. In my opinion therefore the “halfway ownership” isn’t relevant because it wouldn’t matter who owned the brown area, you have acquired the right to park under the Prescription Act. In fact, if people are parked in this area since time immemorial, you could also claim the right to park under the doctrine of Lost Modern Grant. This is a legal fiction whereby people have done things for so long and have done so without objection and without an consent and without objection that it must have been done formally by a deed but that the deed has got lost in the mists of time.
What you can’t do of course is obstruct any access which 29 has over that area.