Hello and thank you for your question. I will be very pleased to assist you. I'm a practicing lawyer in England with over 10 years experience.
From what you say do I understand correctly that the bungalow did benefit from the ROW as part of the larger farm?
legal rights of way attach to land rather than people or bricks and mortar. accordingly, if the bungalow comprised land which was granted legal easement over your driveway, the fact that it may be separated off and sold separately in the future will not prevent above right of way being exercised by the bungalow
however, if the bungalow land was not granted legal easement, it will not be able to exercise a right of way over your driveway
even if it does have a legal easement which is likely to be the case from what you say, from what you write, the legal easement is limited to an agricultural easement and accordingly, the right-of-way would not be valid for the purposes of using the bungalow is a residential property free of agricultural tie. if the intention is to sell the bungalow as a residential property free of the tie, they will need to negotiate a new legal easement with you for which you would be entitled to charge a premium failing which, it would have no lawful right of access
in order to absolutely confirmed whether the bungalow benefits from the same rights of way as the farm, you can consider attaining a copy of the title entries from the land Registry for the bungalow to confirm that the land includes a right of way over your driveway
is there anything above I can clarify for you?
I have just checked and there is no registered title for the bungalow at the land registry?
Thanks. Is it included with the farm do you think?
Is the farm registered?
The farm is registered as it has recently been sold - I will purchase a copy and come back to you
You may find that the bungalow is registered as part of the farm - consider obtaining title entries and plan for the farm. The plan will likely have to come in the post if it is a farm
If it is not then you can carry out a SIM search drawing the area on the plan you want to search and sending it to HMLR. They will advise if there is a registered title number for the bungalow. There is a fee of £5
If there is you can then obtain title entries for that title to confirm.
If not you can put anyone using a right of way to the bungalow to proof to evidence a right of way over the drive and have them present evidence to you.
Is there anything else I can help you with?
Does the above answer all your questions or is there anything I can clarify or help you with any further?
Sorry lost my internet connection, i will revert on Tuesday
I have checked with the land registry and there is no registered title for the bungalow and the bungalow is not included in the registered title for the farm so do you think the bungalow has right of way over my land as the occupant does not farm and is 80 years old?