When it comes to garden fencing, we get asked these two questions a lot.
And it’s not surprising that most people don’t know the answers, because it’s not often that you have to know them.
But when you do, it’s normally pretty urgent. Usually it’s when your home fencing has broken, a storm has come through or something has gone wrong, so fixing it becomes a priority and that isn’t easy if you’re unsure who owns what.
So, to answer these questions and other common questions such as;
Where do I put my fencing?
What can I do if my neighbour’s fence is falling down?
What are the rules on fencing height?
We’ve put together a free guide to fencing and your boundary rights.
It contains all the information that you need to stay on the right side of your neighbours and of the law.