Sep 30, 2018 10:18 pm
I’m hoping someone can please help and shed some light on this please.
Visited our site today and fencing has been completed, but it doesn’t look right ???
Fenc meets the garage wall and ends. I thought it would be extended out so that our garage wall is within the fence boundary. But from the photo it appears that our garage wall will be the boundary between us and the next door neighbours land?
I’m utterly confused
Re: SOS: Fencing and boundary2
Oct 01, 2018 8:26 am
That is not an unusual way of doing a boundary like that.
Saves a bit of money on fencing costs.
The builders/landscapers do however seem to have used a different boundary line at the front!
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Re: SOS: Fencing and boundary3
Oct 04, 2018 9:30 am
imo the garage is set inside by 200-400mm as is usually the case with zero lot builds. That also allows for overhang of the gutter to be within your property. Extending the fence to cover the garage would be an economic waste.
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