I assume that there is a documented right-of-way and unless it specifies for one particular purpose, then it’s for any purpose.
It is rare that specified for one particular purpose and more often than not it would say for any use connected with the land.
However what the person cannot do in exercising the right is causing nuisance and this is nuisance if it affects your enjoyment of the property.
I have experience of this and you probably find that the guy has OCD but that’s nothing that you couldn’t deal with, all you can do is threaten the court application for the nuisance to stop.
It is nuisance and an ordinary English dictionary definition of the word.
You may find that a strongly worded letter from a solicitor threatening a court application and an application for costs, may focus the mind without actually the need to get to court.
Check your house insurance to see if you have legal expenses cover that would pay for the legal cost of taking this to court.
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