an existing fence of 1.5 metres, adjacent to a highway, was removed and replaced with a fence of similar height. the gpdo at part 2 class a provides that a fence which has been 'maintained, improved or altered' may be re-erected to its former height but does not refer to the 'construction' of a fence.
a fence intended to serve as a noise barrier or 'sound barrier' will typically use thick tongue-and-groove boards, in order to form an impervious barrier. these boards are nailed to heavy rails, which in turn are supported by heavy posts.
im going to put a fence in between out property line next month.and even install cctv. they dont talk to me and always avoid eye contact. i dont care what they do, just get off my property. already called the city and nothing they can do about it. i was advice i can put 6 ft. fence on the side and 4 ft. high in the front.
with regards to the fence which will run parallel to the neighbours drive at the bottom of our garden, i have asked for the fence to be behind our current hedge, but do i need permission for this, as it is not next to the highway - its parallel to her drive.
the damaged fence line was about 800 feet, maybe a $1,500 job to take down and build anew. i wanted to build a new fence so that i could pasture cattle behind it. i needed to know the width of the states easement, and i wanted to make some arrangement to let the road department remove snow without damaging a new fence.
planning permission. it would be over 1 metre high and next to a highway used by vehicles or the footpath of such a highway ; or over 2 metres high elsewhere; or your right to put up or alter fences, walls and gates is removed by an article 4 direction or a planning condition; or your house is a listed building or in the curtilage
how close can a fence be to the road before the property owner is liable for damage done to a vehicle that ran off the road. we told him we would fix the fence. the next day he called demanding 1000.00 for sc state hwy 11 was reconstructed around 1973 straighten the highway and leaving many roads along the route now known as old hwy 11.
as a general rule, the more solid the fence or wall, the quieter it will be, because sound waves are reflected by dense objects. the sheer mass of masonry wallsstone, brick, stucco-covered concrete make them the best for blocking sound. next best, and more practical for most homeowners, would be any solid stockade or board fence.
adjacent to the highway the council has received information in respect of the above. following an investigation, it has been established that there is a breach of the planning regulations at the above location, this is because a fence exceeding 1.00 metre in height adjacent to the highway has been erected at the above property.
fence 'adjacent to highway'. my plan, therefore, is to replace the field gates with a 1m steel fence and then to erect a second fence 2m back from the gates, which will then line up with the boundary fences of the two houses on each side of the road at the end of the cul-de-sac hope that's clear .
february 14, 2013 - northwestern colorado/cdot region 3 - garfield county ideal fencing corporation of colorado has been contracted by the colorado department of transportation for $2.8 million to start a new phase of wildlife fence installation along i-70 between west rifle mile marker 87 and canyon creek west of glenwood springs mile marker 110 .
you will need to apply for planning permission if you wish to erect or add to a fence, wall or gate and: it would be over 1 metre high and next to a highway used by vehicles or the footpath of such a highway ; or over 2 metres high elsewhere; or your right to put up or alter fences, walls and gates is removed by an article 4 direction or a planning condition; or your house is a listed building or in the curtilage of a listed building. the fence, wall or gate, or any other boundary involved
of a gate, fence, wall, or other enclosure over 1m in height, which is adjacent to a highway used by vehicular traffic, is not permitted development and planning permission is required for such a proposal.
for example, if it was a two lane road, and the transportation agency acquired 25 feet of right of way on either side of the highway centerline, that means there would be approximately 12 feet for the travel lane of the highway, 2-3 feet for a shoulder, and the remaining 10-11 feet would be highway right of way that the transportation department could use for later expansion of the road or they could provide easements to utility companies to bury their lines.
fence exceeding 1m adjacent to highway. if one were to be submitted, will be made by the planning department. if you do decide to apply for planning permission, please submit the application within 28 days of the date of this letter. i would advise you that the above location will be visited after the time specified in this letter has expired,
the fence has to be in place and meet the minimum definition of a legal fence for this to qualify for adverse possession. so, rotted posts in the ground or a fence lying on the ground likely will not meet that definition.
location: avon. country: hi. i have seen from the planning portal that there is a maximum permitted fence height of 1m if a fence/gate is to be erected next to a public highway. however i want to erect a six foot gate and set it back a meter from the boundary of my property. does anyone know if this therfore is no longer 'next to' a public highway?
with it being right at the edge of the pavement you can only go up to 1m in height. if 2m or more away from a highway footpath/road/cycleway etc then you can go up to 2m in height. anything outside those rules needs planning permission. hedges and trees aren't controlled so they may be a better option for you. louise.