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Is her's a council or private property?
She is a council tennent
Is your property private?
And do you know what your deeds say about keeping that fence/boundary in order?
It is hers, & is up to her to put up a fence or not.
OK. Your options are somewhat limited unfortunately. Firstly the council, as her 'landlord', has the ultimate responsibility for maintenance. Secondly, there is a right to privacy but any complaint you have must be directed to the council. The tenant has to keep the property in good order but this does not include, for example, constructing fences or some other border to protect your privacy. This is clearly an unhappy situation but your neighbour is not the responsible person - the council is. So long as your neighbour is not causing a nuisancd then you are unlikely to have any legal recourse against her.
I've been trying the council since September last year over an issue which is related to the fence problem/& her dog coming into my garden she my neighbour seams to have the council in the palrm of her hands, she the neighbour clicks her fingers & they come running.
can I stop them watching me whilst I am tidying up my garden?