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to just move neighbours bins off my property and put up a fence

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tubewifetotwo Mon 06-Jul-15 09:01:57

I would usually ask him to be pollite even though he's land grabbing, I don't mind so much the bins but I do mind that he bangs them on the house.

He's gone out I'm tempted to just put these 15cm high border up around my property to stop him using it. He has put his own stones on my property. I'm not speaking to him at the moment, had a falling out over him leaving a rabbit in a shed for a few days while he fucked off to Glastonbury festival and i watered and fed the rabbit through the window and called a local shelter to investigate.

princessvikki Mon 06-Jul-15 09:07:06

I would , he's got a cheek! It's your land you can do what you want

SoupDragon Mon 06-Jul-15 09:07:28

I doubt 15 cm will stop him.

Penfold007 Mon 06-Jul-15 09:07:58

Check your deeds to ensure your allowed to put up a boundary fence. If you are return all his property to his side and put up your fence. Just be aware though your neighbour dispute is likely to get worse.

KatoPotato Mon 06-Jul-15 09:08:36

YANBU. Git.

YABU if you don't take lots of pics and updates of the situation.

DPotter Mon 06-Jul-15 09:08:43

I agree with Soupdragon - you'll need 1.5m not 15cm

RachelRagged Mon 06-Jul-15 09:09:06

Oh Yes OP I recall your post re the rabbit .. How did it end up ?

tubewifetotwo Mon 06-Jul-15 09:14:38

15cm will stop him as he won't be able to drag his bin on there, it may not stop the recycling - but I can always go bigger. Bought this bamboo stuff from pound shop. Yep I'm allowed to go up to 1m as its my boundary responsibility that side.

Re the rabbit he came back, obviously from the festival , did let it out as soon as he came back but still it had had three days in there. Someone from the local centre came to speak to him - I'm detached and a window near his front door so could kind of make out what they were talking about and he ignored me when I said a friendly hello and heard him complaining about a busybody neighbour. The rabbit is still alive though and with him, can't think it will have a long happy life S rabbits are supposed to live underground in his year round in a shed gets got and cold.

SoupDragon Mon 06-Jul-15 09:16:01

1m topped with razor wire wink

DandelionDaydream Mon 06-Jul-15 10:05:53

I would move all his property and put it back on his side and if you are permitted to put up a fence, then do it!

My neighbour has kind of claimed my front garden as an extension of the side of his property. He is really overstepping the mark.

I am not allowed a fence, but if I could then the fence would be going up!!

I am now considering a new border with low level shrubs which I don't think would be an issue (well not for me anyway!!) but would stop him accessing my property!

Collaborate Mon 06-Jul-15 10:18:37

Bit radical, I know, but have you thought about speaking to him about it? As in, telling him to stick to his own side?

RachelRagged Mon 06-Jul-15 10:32:43

Well done OP re Rabbit . .

SoupDragon Mon 06-Jul-15 11:40:51

Bit radical, I know, but have you thought about speaking to him about it? As in, telling him to stick to his own side?

Bit radical, I know, but have you thought about reading the OP? Particularly the part where she explains why she isn't speaking to him.

Collaborate Mon 06-Jul-15 11:43:51

Bit radical, I know, but have you thought about reading the OP? Particularly the part where she explains why she isn't speaking to him.

Of course I spotted that in the OP. OP now has a reason to speak to the neighbour. If she doesn't speak to him she will have to go to the trouble of erecting a fence.

Why is the obvious alternative being disregarded?

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