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17/10/2013 at 11:46

Joyce do I take it that your hedge is along the front of your house, and the neighbour's hedge is along the front of their house?  If so then they really are two separate hedges - you can't expect them to be the same.  

Do you paint and decorate your house to match theirs?  Of course you don't, any more than your garden planting matches theirs.  

They are two different properties - you cannot control what your neighbours do - enjoy your garden and enjoy the difference 

17/10/2013 at 12:33

dovefromabove

 

the hedge is like the pale green one in your picture  (all in one)

I had a reply from my neighbour saying I can get all the hedge cut how I want as they are thinking of moving  as this will be to expensive for me todo I will wait for the landlord to  cut it  

 

Thank you all for the advice

 

joyce

18/10/2013 at 04:01

I'm glad to say that here in Scotland I have been told that as of next year the council can arrange to cut offending hedges and bill the owner.

I'll be making sure my neighbour's 40 ft monster is top of the list.

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