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corrado vr6

posted on 21/2/16 at 07:58 PM Reply With Quote
Terraced house front wall

Hi there, does anyone know if I need permission to demolish my garden front wall?
It's currently breeze block and I want to replace it with a brick wall, it's not a party wall just a boundary wall between the garden and pavement.
Do I need to notify anyone etc?
Thanks in advance





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britishtrident

posted on 21/2/16 at 08:29 PM Reply With Quote
This might help
http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/permission/commonprojects/fenceswallsgates/





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coozer

posted on 21/2/16 at 08:33 PM Reply With Quote
Knock it down in the dark and say it was hit by a car.. Get some bricks and a handy man with a trowel.. Sorted.





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twybrow

posted on 21/2/16 at 08:54 PM Reply With Quote
It is possibly stated as a covenant in your deeds, but I doubt it states the material. Certainly I have owned houses that specified the proportions of permitted walls. As above, chances are no one will be bothered as long as it looks in keeping with the house/street.
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