Surely I am not the only landlord worried about new EPC requirements?9:44 AM, 17th February 2021
About 2 weeks ago 126
My neighbour had started work without having getting a Party Wall agreement and incorporated my garden wall in their extension at the rear of the house. I have engaged a boundary surveyor who confirmed that they have trespassed on my land.
The report was done in September 2020 and sent it to my neighbours. My neighbour keeps forwarding the email to their builders who so far have done nothing, but been aggressively saying they have not trespassed and that I can remove the cement which they cemented over my roof tiles when they incorporated the garden wall. The extension was completed last year.
They have also extended the front garden wall which is in our front drive which now have developed cracks. I am concerned that this wall is going to fall down and damage not only my tenant’s cars parked but potentially could be very dangerous. This wall is on my land.
Can I remove their bricks from my wall?
Any advice greatly appreciated.
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