Fencing Question

If my house is grade ii listed is my boundary fence line protected?

3 years ago we went to our neighbour to question why when he was selling his house that the title plan looked like our garden should end 2 and a half - 3 meters further into his paddock which he had fenced off. He also installed a fence another 1meter into our garden and then he notified Land Registry to come and redraw his boundary saying that his neighbours agreed when we didn't even know about it!! Since then I've been writing back and forth to Land Registry but getting nowhere. We have a Grade II listed property and I'm wondering if the curtilage is protected as he did not apply for any planning permission when he installed these two fences? What should we do next?

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HI,ive had a good look at some sites a i think your right, best thing to do is take legal advise, this could get very akward, you need professinal help best wishes colin.Just ask a builder friend, and as i thought a boundary is that, check on your deeds should be mark, if the person sold any land before you, this would be mark,if not and you havent then as said before get help, something gone wrong somewere good luck colin.

Answered 18th Apr 2012

Rigsby Handyman

Member since 14 Aug 2009

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