Anna12

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  1. Got it wrong...at the time when there were bushes left (only at the front of the house), not on the sides....the house was vandalised......with the bushed helping to hide but allowing to throw bricks....
  2. Yes, it is true, there was a police case number as well. Hedge would be a solution but with the garden not being that big...if I would put hedge...it will take a lot of space
  3. No, it is back to front...and there is a fence at the "front" of the property. There used to be bushes, probably over 2m high at my "back " of the property, they were taking half of the garden...so I removed them...and then soon after my window bas badly smashed with bricks on 3 occassions (the same day). This is why I put fence. I just wanted my fence asap back then for my safety...without thinking about anybody complaining and if I need planning permission.
  4. "The council is satisfied that whilst your address is XXXX the actual principle {main} elevation is to the YYY Road" The house is built back to front....Although the front of the house is not on the main street, the letter box is at the back of the house where there is "a highway used by vehicular traffic." The council wroe: " I have viewed the fence in question and I am satisfied that it is development for which planning permission is required. this is due to the whole fence being adjacent to a highway and it exceeds 1 metre in height". "Whilst you are at liberty to make a retrospective planning application for the retention of the fence I must inform you that any such application will be recommended for refusal. This is due to streets in this area being open plan with any boundaries consisting of low planning or low fences" "The council requires you to reduce height of the fence so that no part of it exceeds 1m in height"
  5. Hi, I am new. I have recently received a letter from the council advising me that a neighbour complained about my fence being to high. I am just wondering if I can still apply for a planning permission, even if I was advised that my application will be rejected. The reason for erecting the fence was my house being vandalised (smashed window) on 3 occassions in 1 day. (bricks were thrown at my front window, shattering the large window) No other houses had been targeted. I contacted the police about it as well. I will appreciate all advice. Thank you, Anna
  6. Hi, I am new. I have recently received a letter from the council advising me that a neighbour complained about my fence being to high. I am just wondering if I can still apply for a planning permission, even if I was advised that my application will be rejected. The reason for erecting the fence was my house being vandalised (smashed window) on 3 occassions in 1 day. (bricks were thrown at my front window, shattering the large window) No other houses had been targeted. I contacted the police about it as well. I will appreciate all advice. Thank you, Anna