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You have to send a cease and desist to your neighbour asking to them stop /or put right the breach within 14 days .
If they fail to do so, then you have to apply for injunction orders for preventing the breach by your neighbours , you can also ask for costs as well. An injunction is a discretionary remedy which a court is more likely to grant if it is applied for promptly.
And only the owner of land which was, or was part of, the land intended to be benefited by the covenant, can enforce it.
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If you have to apply to court for a civil injunction, then you can claim your legal cost from the defendant.
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