Adjoining gardens

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My new nextdoor neighbour is choosing to neglect his garden which joins my driveway. It looks bad, is full of weeds and overgrown bushes. Am I within my rights to tidy this part of his garden or am I dependent on his goodwill to take care of it?

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  • McKneffMcKneff Forumite
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    Talk to him, ask him if he would like you to do it
    make the most of it, we are only here for the weekend.
    and we will never, ever return.
  • HasbeenHasbeen Forumite
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    My new nextdoor neighbour is choosing to neglect his garden which joins my driveway. It looks bad, is full of weeds and overgrown bushes. Am I within my rights to tidy this part of his garden or am I dependent on his goodwill to take care of it?
    Yes talk to him. He will let you spend time and effort doing the work. As you posted in the "Local Money Saving. Spotted a local bargain? Let local MoneySavers know!" Forum?   I am sure he will be delighted in saving by letting you do it. :D
    The world is not ruined by the wickedness of the wicked, but by the weakness of the good. Napoleon
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