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Yes happy to wait. If my question is not answered by the end of Monday, then I will decide to cancel this question.
I'm not sure why they think the wooden post is independent. I asked the Housing Association to prove this which they yet to deliver. They sent their surveyor to look at the gate and that person thinks the post is independent and they don't need to change this.
I don't think the Housing Association understand where the boundary is because they asked me if the boundary is where my fence is or within. I told them the boundary line is halfway of the footpath to my fence.
My thoughts are as I own half the footpath including my fence, I have some right for the gate to be changed to the other side because it damages my property. My question is whether I can force the Housing Association to do this and do I have any right to remove the gate from the wooden post?