Table of Contents
- 1 How close to property line can I build a fence?
- 2 Can I build a fence on my side of the boundary UK?
- 3 How close to the boundary can I build a fence UK?
- 4 Can you put a fence against another fence?
- 5 How much space do you need between neighbors fences?
- 6 Can I build a fence directly on the property line?
- 7 Can I put up a fence without my neighbour’s consent?
How close to property line can I build a fence?
Check Rules and Regulations Typically, fences are installed anywhere from 2 to 8 inches from a property line in most areas. In cases when a fence is built directly on the property line, the responsibility may be shared between you and your neighbor.
Can I build a fence on my side of the boundary UK?
Your neighbour doesn’t have to change a wall or fence just because you want them to, for example making it higher for privacy. You can’t make changes to your side without their permission, such as painting it. If they don’t repair it, you can report a dangerous wall or structure to your council on GOV.UK.
Can I build a fence next to my Neighbours?
2 Answers. A general rule (not sure if your neighbors abide to it) is to build the fence 1-2 feet inside your property line. You mention that the fence post is presumably in their property so even butting up to it would be in their yard.
Can I put a fence up on my boundary?
If it’s within their property boundary, your neighbour has every right to do whatever they want, including installing a fence. However, the situation is a bit different in terms of height. Generally, if you desire to install a fence in your rear garden it mustn’t be higher than 2 metres.
How close to the boundary can I build a fence UK?
According to UK shed regulations, you do not need to seek planning permission if your shed is 2.5 metres tall (or less) and sits at least two metres from the boundary of a property – whether a fence or wall .
Can you put a fence against another fence?
Secondly, California law presumes that both owners benefit equally from the boundary fence, and therefore are equally responsible for the reasonable costs of construction and maintenance. California also allows you to sue your neighbor if they build a “spite fence” on their property.
Can my Neighbour build on my boundary wall?
The ownership of the boundary wall to be built on may be an issue. If you own half the wall as is often, but not always the case, you will need to formally permit your neighbour to encroach across the dividing line.
Can I build a fence on my property?
You will need a building consent for fences over 2.5m as well as any swimming pool fence. You may also need a resource consent. You will need to talk to your neighbours first before building a new boundary fence.
How much space do you need between neighbors fences?
between 2 and 8 inches
Fences are typically built between 2 and 8 inches from the line between properties. Some areas will allow the building of fences directly on the property line, but in this case, you’ll have to cooperate with your neighbor and potentially share the cost of the fence.
Can I build a fence directly on the property line?
Check your HOA covenants to make sure you are following the regulations. If you build a fence directly on the property line, it may mean that responsibility is shared by you and your neighbor according to the law.
What happens if my neighbour builds a fence close to my boundary?
If you build a fence close to the boundary your neighbour can take legal action against you on the grounds that you were trying to avoid your responsibilities under the Fencing Act 1978. If it goes to Court, one outcome could be that you are ordered to demolish your fence.
Which side of the fence should I put up?
Firstly, there is no general rule such as the fence to the left or to the right. So, with that myth busted, the best thing to do is to dig out your deeds (ownership is decided by the original landowner, so can differ from property to property). Your deeds should tell you who owns what and who is responsible for the upkeep of what fencing.
Can I put up a fence without my neighbour’s consent?
If you want to put up a fence that separates your property from your neighbour’s, it would normally need to be built on the boundary. You would need your neighbour’s agreement, and you would expect to share the cost with them. You can have a fence without your neighbour’s agreement if it is inside the boundary and on your property.