- 1 How far does fence need to be from property line?
- 2 How close can you build to a fence?
- 3 Do I need my neighbors permission to build a fence?
- 4 Can I build a fence next to my neighbors fence?
- 5 What is the legal height of a fence between Neighbours?
- 6 Can my Neighbour paint my fence on his side?
- 7 Can my Neighbour build right to my boundary?
- 8 Can my Neighbour attach things to my fence?
- 9 Can I build a fence on my boundary line?
- 10 Can I stop my neighbor from putting up a fence?
- 11 Can you put up a fence without a survey?
- 12 Who pays for fence repair between neighbors?
How far does fence need to be from property line?
Typically, fences are installed anywhere from 2 to 8 inches from a property line in most areas.
How close can you build to a fence?
Side and rear boundary fences must not be higher than 1.8 metres, or 1.2 metres if the fence is built from masonry.
Do I need my neighbors permission to build a fence?
As long as the fence is completely on your property, you can put it up without needing your neighbors permission. If the existing fence is on both your properties, you would need your neighbors permission to take it down.
Can I build a fence next to my neighbors fence?
A general rule (not sure if your neighbors abide to it) is to build the fence 1-2 feet inside your property line. Your neighbors could have even blocked you from getting a fence because of easement right between yards, all things to look up before this endeavor.
What is the legal height of a fence between Neighbours?
The height of fences is a matter of planning policy. To find out what is allowed in your area contact the local authority planning office. As a general rule, fences in rear gardens are allowed to be up to 2 metres high.
Can my Neighbour paint my fence on his side?
Your neighbour shouldn’t trespass on your property to paint his fence, although (unfortunately) there’s not really a legal remedy for one-off trespasses. If your neighbour needs access, he could apply to the County Court for an access order under the Access to Neighbouring Land act.
Can my Neighbour build right to my boundary?
The short answer is “yes, subject to serving a valid notice and following the processes set out in The Party Wall Act. The party wall act only applies to “structures” (ie: a wall with a foundation), it does not apply to timber fences or other screens.
Can my Neighbour attach things to my fence?
Can my neighbour attach or nail things to my fence? The short answer to this question is, of course, “no”. If you own the fence and you have not granted your neighbour permission to do so, they are not allowed to attach or nail things to your fence.
Can I build a fence on my boundary line?
You will need to apply for planning permission if you wish to erect or add to a fence, wall or gate where: the fence, wall or gate, or any other boundary, forms a boundary with a neighbouring listed building or its grounds.
Can I stop my neighbor from putting up a fence?
The general rule that applies in most jurisdictions is you do not need permission from a neighbor to build a fence on your property. He would have the right to refuse to allow any part of your fence to touch his land.
Can you put up a fence without a survey?
The simple answer is that there is no requirement to obtain a survey of the legal description boundaries before installation of a new fence.
Who pays for fence repair between neighbors?
In California, two people whose properties border each other are both required to maintain an existing fence between the properties, with only a few exceptions. In short, each owner has to pay one-half of the cost of maintaining or replacing the fence.