I can send you the map and the schedules if I know where to send them. It will take a while to type it all in here (but I can do so if needs be)
OK - are the open to anyone to view however?
Yes! - In other words, the relevant neighbour!
I understand the deeds are publicly available but obviously the deeds in conjunction with this conversation would potentially be a damper on good neighbourly relations (they are generally very good).
So I have attached the documents and the map here for clarity. I'll send the map first and the document next (it's a bit bigger)
And the document...
No, there is no communal parking. I think the deeds are a developers document and intended as a one-size-fits-all for their various projects.
There is no marked visitor parking at all. The spot I've marked on the map is generally regarded as a turning area.
thanks for this. So if I understand correctly the fact that the bit in question is actually my property makes little difference? By parking there he is denying me my right to (an admittedly small) portion of my property, but that's of no matter (or it's one of the things that could occupy the court for a while).
So I intend at some point to build a garage on the right hand side of my house as seen on the plan. Largely why this is something I want to understand. Surely then, parking in the spot shown would most definitely obstruct access (and would still be parking on my property) etc. etc.?