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Thanks for your question. It’s unlikely that the neighbour needed planning permission to change his garden. However I don’t think the planning side of things is relevant. Your neighbour has caused damage to your garden and has created an ongoing nuisance. There is, therefore, a civil claim based on tort, nuisance and possibly breach of the title deed provisions. You could intimate and pursue a claim for restitution and damages. You will need to instruct a local civil court solicitor to help you with this. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited by JustAnswer for helping you today.
No idea. That is a specialised area with which a I am not acquainted. However if that is the case it will strengthen the case I have already outlined for you.
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