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We want her to remove the plants she has attached to my house and access to resolve the damp issue which would require our builder to resurface that side of the house. I'm told it will involve scaffolding.
Thank you very much for the advice Jo. It's great to know we have a justified legal recourse should we need it.
For Jo C:
Hi Jo, Update with regards ***** ***** situation. The neighbour has been cooperative for the most part but not without complaint and the work is coming to and end. I have a few more questions:-
1) She has attached the roof of a shed and stores things stacked against my wall can I ask her to remove it?
2) Because of the age of my house the bricks have become porous and to avoid any damp i don't want plants or items near to it, how close can she legally put anything to my property?
3) Where can I find more information about my legal rights as regards ***** ***** property?
For Jo C.:
Thank you for answering so promptly. Just to clarify what a party wall is, the wall in question is not attached to her property i.e house. but boarders her boundary. Her home is approx 7 ft away from mine.
Does drilling holes constitute damage? She has tried to hammer nails into my wall and broken the bricks.