shed roof change

  1. slim_boy_fat

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    Ah, missed that and assumed there had to be a metre gap. :ashamed:
     
  2. gaz1

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    now thats a laugh and half before i changed the shed apex roof photo taken is at eye level high stood up

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    i can do a few things but access to maintain the property is the main one im allowed to trim the back of the conifers so i can spray the wall with water repelant
     
  3. HopefullySoon

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    I’m shocked tbfh .

    I was expecting your complaint coming from the front ! Not the back
     
  4. gaz1

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    that is the front of the garden i presume its got something to do with the greenhouses being there as well as the wood shed both being in front garden

    of coarse hes not allowed but hasnt stopped him installing them before he complained about my shed roof

    land swap is a pain the shed has been land swapped years and years ago for a back garden otherwise there property would have a triangle garden about 10ft long at widest point

    he has access walkway land at side of garden and at top a garage built infront of the property
     
  5. HopefullySoon

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    Not allowed ?

    You don’t need planning perms for ‘temporary structures’ as his greenhouse and ‘playhut’ are .

    You fell foul as it is a permanent structure (over 30 years if I read ur planning application right )

    Not picking a fight , just read up a LOT on land law recently for myself .

    Malc
     
  6. gaz1

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    your not allowed either greenhouses or garden sheds in a front garden

    https://www.planningni.gov.uk/index/.../advice_home_structures.htm

    reference 3

    with planning permission you then fall within the right to sit in your lounge without reflections from a greenhouse
     
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  7. HopefullySoon

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    Well blow me down .

    You live , you learn !

    Hmmm , I think I’d be launching an FOI request with the council to check whether he has planning (tho I doubt as you would have to be notified )

    And then I’d be talking to the council person who laid the enforcement action down on me with the roof or came to inspect and claim unfair treatment with respect to there illegal structures .

    And I’d throw the hand grende that they threw at me with the council straight back in there court and wait for the explosion.

    Malc
     
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  8. HopefullySoon

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    After 10 years exsisting without PP any structure becomes legal
     
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  9. gaz1

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    the funny part not many know that you cant but many put garden sheds up in there front garden

    it took me some digging to find the main ones the one above and this one

    right to enjoyment

    https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Right+to+quiet+enjoyment

    oh its not staying and hes been told so to his face by me had enough of his mouth so he got some home truths bluntly told

    reference of reflection try sitting in your chair and have this in your face while watching tv

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    Local kids with air rifles ....

    Buggers they are .....
     
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    Darlings
     
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