Thread: Increasing a wall's height - with a "temporary structure" 2) so that I can smugly say "good walls make good neighbours" when he complains about the sudden increase in shade his garden is about to get . Considering a timber type fence as I dont need plans if its a ''screen'' on an existing wall.
I am thinking of a 6ft fence topped with 3ft trellis and climbers, but any fence over 2m high is illegal without planning permission. Would that matter if both parties want it? Or trees? Tall shrubs? (Both would have to be columnar). Next door have 12ft leylandii, but NO! Has anyone any ideas? Paul N.
The UK law concerning fences, walls and gates. There are lots of We would advise you not to 'improve' your neighbour's fence in any way, including the application of stain or preservative unless you have their written permission. You will require planning permission for any new fence, gate or wall over 2m in height.
Planning permission. Generally you'll only need to apply for planning permission if you want to put up or increase the height of a wall, fence or gate, to over one metre next to a public road, or over two metres elsewhere. You won't need it if you're replacing or taking down an existing fence, wall or gate no matter how high.
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Timber battens are normally used when you want to fit timber fencing panels to a wall. If want to increase the height of a wall using timber fencing panels or timber trellis, again you would normally use timber battens to support the panels or trellis. The timber batten should be fixed to the face of the wall first and allowed to
Normally you will not need to apply for Planning Permission to take down a fence, wall or gate, or to alter or improve an existing fence, wall or gate (no matter how high) if you don't increase its height. However if your building is listed or in a conservation area, you might need listed building or conservation
required for construction of a new residential masonry fence or masonry retaining wall to include replacement or CORRAL FENCING: An enclosure or pen for horses, cattle, or similar livestock with a maximum height of . wire or razor wire shall not extend beyond the premises permitted to be enclosed.
There are several ways to add height to an existing fence, and block out your neighbours from peering into your yard. You can also find more creative ideas for Screen on Fence. These screens also have vines growing up them: 8 Creative & Private Garden Fence Ideas and How To Make A Fence Taller
The U.S. Secret Service plans to raise the height of the White House security fence by 5 feet and add a new concrete foundation to reduce the risk of fence-jumpers, according to a copy of an agency report