NOW OPEN: the MSE Forum 'Ask An Expert' event. This time we'd like your questions on TRAVEL & HOLIDAY DEALS. Post by Wed and deals expert MSE Oli will answer as many as he can.
Our garden boundary, what are my rights?
in In my home (includes DIY) MoneySaving
73 replies 9.5K views
Latest MSE News and Guides
Energy Price Cap change
Martin Lewis on what it means for youMSE News
Best £1 you've ever spent?
Share your most impressive bargainsMSE Forum
New MSE Forum avatars available
Try 'em out nowMSE Forum
Hopefully they'll solve the problem, although they might say "Yipee, we thought we were the only naturists around here".
Wearing a clown mask.
Neighbour will sureley undertand and probly wondering what it is and how it became etc.
Presume that is a door that can be seen through frosted windows thet lets them into porch?
Builder must have removed the barrier that was originally there,
How will they clean outside of windows. It is bizarre.
Having said that, the OP has explained that both sets of previous owners were elderly, could have been close friends, or simply not bothered about trivial issues such as privacy or having an attractive, sitting-out, garden!
Regardless, the OP has clear rights, so can surely decide on how THEY wish to screen this eyesore. For that is what it is.
If the neighb takes umbrage, that is entirely their choice and of their making. It should have zero consequences.
Edit . Rethinking. No they wouldnt have frosted windows if it was to capture sun.
Edit 2 Although maybe frosted windows let in sun.Dont know.