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Old 28-09-2002, 06:56 AM
Essjay001
 
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Default Cheapest way to make garden more private

"Miles" wrote in message

The deeds say "preserve and maintain the style of open landscaping for
the Estate as laid down by the Local Planning Authority". My wife
phoned the planning authority this morning to find out what that
meant; basically they allow anything (fence, wall, hedge) up to 1m
high at the front, and 2m down the sides.

- Miles


The good thing about this is there should not be any hedge wars on that
estate!

Stephen Jay



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