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How Close to My Boundary Can I Build an Extension?

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You are free to build upto the boundary fence subject to you having recieved planning permission and after any works affecting a party wall are discussed with the other owners and agreed in writing, and the process started at least two months before actual work.
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You need to go to local city/county to get information. You can do it over the phone, call planning dept. Fence laws vary widely.
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I'd say all new developments would have that regulation apart from special circumstances, but in older homes like semi - detached properties it is very common to build to the boundary
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Our neighbour has build a conservatory passed the boundary wall is this correct. I have no wall that I can hang my plants etc. Anonymous
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If you are erecting a dwelling or an accessory building in the Domicile (residential) Sub-Area of the Invercargill District, you can build right up to the boundary (subject to Building
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