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    Earth bank not stable - backs onto council tennis court.

    Across the back end of my sons flat garden there is a 5ft earth bank drop leading onto a mud path and tennis courts. The earth bank has become soft at the top and will not hold a boundary fence, so we had a strong fence 4" posts 3ft deep built about 18" inside the boundary. The council have...
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    Blocks or bricks for garden wall (another duplicate) SEE GARDENS

    Hi my garden (Manchester) has slope and there is no where to play for the kids. So I decided to sort it out. I am building a wall (not the trump wall!) and this would allow me to have garden at two different levels. I will fill one side of the wall with something (any advice welcome). It has...
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    Garden slope and solution (duplicate)

    Hi my garden (Manchester) has slope and there is no where to play for the kids. So I decided to sort it out. I am building a wall (not the trump wall!) and this would allow me to have garden at two different levels. I will fill one side of the wall with something (any advice welcome). It has...
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    Garden is in complete mess

    Hi my garden has slope and there is no where to play for the kids. So I decided to sort it out. I am building a wall (not the trump wall!) and this would allow me to have garden at two different levels. I will fill one side of the wall with something (any advice welcome). It has taken me 3...
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    Conservatory Build - Garden level lower than house

    Hi all, was wondering if anyone would be able to help me in regards to Building Regs and/or Planning Permission in regards to my proposed conservatory. I've contacted many conservatory companies and they all have very varied opinions. My garden is about 900mm lower than the ground floor of my...
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