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  • Fence boundary dispute! Informed advice please?🚨
  • Premier Icon aP
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    they are civil servants of very limited employability

    Obviously not helping the OP, but @stevextc do you think you could be any more patronising?

    Premier Icon willard
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    @chakaping Same here. Has all the things that make a good Netflix series (drama, anger, known main protagonist) but without having to pay for Netflix or binge watch the series.

    I have a similar thing going with the building work that a friend has got outside his apartment on Söder. They’re making a park and I’ve got used to receiving the daily photograph of what they are doing. Spoiler: They got more gravel delivered this morning.

    Premier Icon csb
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    they are civil servants of very limited employability

    Except for all the building firms and consultancies wanting to hire them… Underpaid and underesourced in the public sector certainly, but that’s the same across all Local Authority services.

    Premier Icon fozzyuk
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    If it’s over 30cm high and given the sloped land it will be anyway then it needs planning.

    You’ve reported them, include all your concerns from limiting light, over 30cm height, safety, access and encroaching on your boundary

    Then leave it to the council.

    Push the council to take action, push them for a stop notice as they will be under resourced and a squeaky wheel does get oiled. Let the council fight the battle concentrate on your day life.

    Premier Icon Jakester
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    Where are you poops?

    The neighbour has been seen bricking up on newly-laid footings… hmm…

    Premier Icon martinhutch
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    I’m more worried WTF those acros are for. Is he knocking through at the back of the concrete slab? Given the shitty look of his current work, I’d have some concerns about the party wall.

    Footings where?

    Premier Icon neilnevill
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    Acros? In looking on a smart phone but think they are scaffolding poles.

    Premier Icon sandboy
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    There’s six props holding down a tarp in the last photo. My guess is that the were used to hold up the shuttering for the new concrete balcony extension?

    Premier Icon bsims
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    Nothing I have experienced so I cant be of help there. I think you are handling it well. Good to go with the council – neighbours are bullies and that will call their bluff. By challenging him about the fence you showed them that you wont be a pushover.

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