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You would need to see your neighbour's Title Deeds. 95% of properties are registered at the Land Registry and if so, you can obtain copies of the Title Deeds, called "Official Copies" from the Land Registry, for a nominal fee.
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Once you have the Official Copies, any restrictive covenants will be mentioned in the Charges Register of the Official Copies.
I hope this assists you and answers your question.