Do you need Neighbours permission to build?

Do you need Neighbours permission to build?

While you should keep your neighbours informed of your plans to extend, there is no legal requirement from the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act (NBA) requiring home owners to submit or inform their neighbours of their building plan application.

Do I need permission to paint my side of Neighbours fence?

Who can paint or otherwise alter a fence once it’s up? Only the owner of the fence may make any changes to it, even where the other side of the fence is on neighbouring property. This means that if you erect a fence in your garden, your neighbour must ask for permission before painting or staining their side of it.

Can a Neighbour refuse access for scaffolding?

Repairs and renovations – for essential repairs and renovations it’s permissible to erect scaffolding on a neighbour’s land as long as notice is given. Extensions or other improvement – for these it is not allowable to erect scaffolding on a neighbour’s land unless they expressly give permission.

Can a neighbour build on my property without my permission?

It is important for you to note that irrespective of how your neighbour responded to this question in relation to adjoining property, the grant of planning permission does not permit him to trespass on, or build on, or over, any part of your property, including your part of the wall, without your consent.

Can a neighbour object to a building plan?

With this in mind, if you have reason to believe that your neighbour’s planning permission could affect the natural landscape or damage nearby trees, you may be able to raise a convincing dispute. You may also have grounds for an objection if the proposed building plans will affect a nearby heritage site.

How did the Council stop my neighbours building?

I contacted the council who request my permission to visit them. The council did and halt the building because they did not have planning permission. I return some weeks later and the building /conservatory was up, which mean I came out of my lounge with their conservtory as my garden wall.

Why is my Neighbour refusing to allow builders?

The neighbour has refused point blank to allow any building work carried out their side, we do get along with our neighbour, her husband has dementia and shes worried her husband might lose his temper, which I do understand, so I don’t really want to push it too much.

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