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do i need planning permission to move access strip?

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by JoanneA, 9 Apr 2010.

  1. JoanneA

    JoanneA

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    I own the free hold ( initially leasehold) to my property. on that freehold there are two sections of garden split by a access path which allows 2 neighbours to get their bins from gardens to front . This path does not go any where else . i want to move the path to the edge of my land ( still completely in the area on my deeds and still access to the 2 houses ). This would allow me to fence the rest of my land off as private garden . Currently is laid to lawn but not maintained as its ruined by local youths riding bikes / excercising dogs on it.

    would i need planning permission ?
     
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  3. Richard C

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    I don't really see what this has to do with plastering but Marshy's posted the every same link I would have; you should get all you want from there ;)
     
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