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Having paid £38.00 upfront for this fee paying service I have to say I am disappointed with the clarity and detail of your answer. I have already obtained a more specific bullet points of what my neighbour cannot do on my boundary line/property wall from a FREE online Legal Service. Please can you address the second part of my question regarding intent by my neighbour to put framework close to my property and my legal rights about this. The point I am making is, without question, if the framework is placed close to my property my neighbour's plant will climb through and onto my wall. This is the problem of which I would like an answer. Please can you kindly reread extracted info below from my original question as I am still unclear to my legal rights which I do not feel you have answered fully. In that I am not feeling confident that I can call on my neighbour to explain his rights about what he can and can't do to my property. Do I need to put something in writing and what would be the content and what is a reasonable timeframe to remove it? If he doesn't do I have the right to remove it myself? Extract quote from original question:
"Having lived in our property for nearly ten years, occasional access is required for maintenance of external wall (fascia painting etc) Therefore legally how close to our wall is the neighbour allowed to fix a freestanding framework/trellis i.e. what is the legal distance from our wall, as this particular plant grows 60 to 80 feet high and is difficult to maintain once established (something which we definitely don’t want covering the side of our house!) We are certain that our neighbour will put a new framework as close as possible to our wall (but not attached to it), however the result will be the same as this climbing plant will very easily climb through the framework onto our wall".
Please reply urgently as I am waiting for this information