I can wait a few more days
The plant pots are directly under my window on grey stone next to a grass patch then a pathway, then shrubs and trees. The housing are saying it identified as a communal area within the communal gardens. its not a pathway, it doesn't block anything is not an health and safety issue. The reason there asking to move them is because someone complained upstairs. Apparently the wording they are using is that they are "unsightly" due to bad weather there not looking there best, XXXXX XXXXX the spring and summer they bloom and look beautiful. I signed a piece of paperr saying I wont put anything in the communal gardens. Its under my window not bothering anyone else or safety issue. It is there land however. But other properties owned by them have pots in the communal areas? the housing deny this but i have seen it. One person has large tressel with it there just inconsistent. There trying to use health and safety act ( I think) or whatver the other act is quoted earlier. I think there being unreasonable. I have countercomplained but nothing seems to be done about it? There trying to threaten me with dispoal of pots and I will be charged.
They can't trip over them there against the wall under my window and nowhere near a pathway. you would only have a problem if you walked directly under my window passing my window which you would hope nobody would do as there is already a pathway that is circular round the building. I wouldn't like it people walked pass my window regularly. there is no health & safety issue. They're not saying it is there saying there unsightly but using the health & safety act to cover there backs! but I would struggle to understand they are a health and safety issue
Thanks for the information. Can I just check the legality side. Is it illegal for the housing to take my personal property even if they have warned me. Would it be a criminal offence. I guess out of principle I shall not be defeated! I don't like the idea of one tenant having the monoploy otherwise what will be next. The housing are very unreasonable in this current climate they should be worried about other matters crimes; arrears; anti social behaviour I can't even believe I am writing about it.
sorry one more question do i need to go to a specialist solicitor i.e. property law or any solicitor who if i need to can deal with this
if its that much no. I will just have to hope the HA come to there senses or write to the ombudsman