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OT planning permission for erecting a fence

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Old January 14th 06, 09:22 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
liz hall
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Default OT planning permission for erecting a fence

I am intending to contact my local council but we are looking into the
possibility of erecting a fence between us and our neighbours at the front
of the house. Does anyone know how high we could go and other legal
requirements. He has a 8' wide drive and a frosted cloakroom window looking
out over our property. Any help would be appreciated at this early stage.
Who do we contact. The house has been registered by the land registry and I
have a copy of the deeds.


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