Neighbour dispute regarding structural damage from ivy

9th Aug 2017

Me and my neighbour for the last 3 years have been trying to resolve a dispute of his fence (mainly ivy) damaging my property. They done extensive works to building and garden ( landscaping was not done correctly) and the roots of the said ivy plant lay in his garden, they have crushed the fence and subsequently has also damaged my greenhouse. i had a structure engineer visit my property 4 weeks ago but my neighbour is ignoring my emails requesting the results of the report? Not sure where I stand or what my next move is

CATEGORY: Conveyancing & Property


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  • Integrum Law

    Take photographs of the area and take them along with any information you have from your structural engineer to a local solicitor. This is the sort of case which can only really be properly assessed by looking at the area.

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