hello can someone please advise on height of a front fence, my neighbours have just erected a boundary fence between our properties, it must be at 5 feet high at least, it looks unsighly too say the least
can someone please advise on height of a front fence, my neighbours have just erected a boundary fence between our properties, it must be at 5 feet high at least, it looks unsighly too say the least can anyone please advise of law
In particular, the maximum height of a fence is at issue. In San Francisco, for example, a fence must be no more than 3 feet in height in the front yard and no more than 6 feet high in side and
the fence, wall or gate, or any other boundary involved, forms a boundary with a neighbouring listed building or its curtilage. You will not need to apply for planning permission to take down a fence, wall,or gate, or to alter, maintain or improve an existing fence, wall or gate no matter how high if you don't increase its height.
I've a flower garden in front of fence, this is about 6 inches high, from this I've a gravel board, then the max height of 6 ft 7" woodern fence, then 2 ft of trelis. Council have been out and
Legal height for fence front garden Hi, I share a part wall with my neighbour and today out of the blue there is a fence erected on top of the wall which measures approx 1.95m from my side and from his side is 2.17m.
Height. You can build fences and walls around your building as long as you conform with height limits. For instance, fences built in the front or outside yard must have a maximum height of 42
You can erect a high fence in front of your property as long as you have the correct splay and visibility line within the 'adjacent to the highway' area determined by the council. So generally areas with lots of homes with lots of drives close to each other would have to stick to the 1 metre rule.
At the front yards of the house, the authorities will require you to have an up to 4 ft. fence, which is 2 feet lower than at the back of the house. If it is 50 percent or more solid, then the fence is limited to 3feet.
Height limit without planning permission is 1 metre - if you want something higher,you need to consult your local Building Control.
Most fencing laws limit the height of artificial fences in residential areas to four feet in front yards and six feet in backyards. Local ordinances set by cities and counties, and sometimes subdivision rules called Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions CC and Rs , regulate fencing.
For example, lets say that the fence laws in your area state that no fence can exceed 6 feet in height, which is fairly common in many regions. If you went ahead and built a fence that was 7 feet tall, its generally only going to be an issue if someone complains.
Obligation to fence one's land. We are all accustomed to seeing fences around fields and around the gardens of individual houses. So it may come as a surprise to learn that there is no general obligation in law to fence the boundaries of one's land.
At the front of the garden a lower fence is often selected. This can either be a stand-a-lone fence or one on top of a low brick wall. We have found that the most popular fencing for the front portion of a garden is picket fencing.