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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:25 am 
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Is there an easy way to make this garden fencing higher and more enclosed(not big gaps) ?


I have added a picture - maybe a new a better one


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 11:06 pm 
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Ok I will add some now..Ah it didnt add them because the size was not as required. I will have to work on the right size pics


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Only a guess, but your pictures are probably too big.

Have a look at my signature.....it leads to a link where you can re size your pictures.

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It looks like it is raised above the path. Is this a front garden or a rear garden? For a rear garden I would bite the bullet and put some concrete posts in with close boarded panels. The existing posts do not look firm or sturdy enough to heighten without risk of a collapse at some point.

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dewaltdisney wrote:
It looks like it is raised above the path. Is this a front garden or a rear garden? For a rear garden I would bite the bullet and put some concrete posts in with close boarded panels. The existing posts do not look firm or sturdy enough to heighten without risk of a collapse at some point.

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It is the front garden


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You could try these. https://www.therange.co.uk/garden-and-p ... zgEALw_wcB

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front you are restricted to 1m/4ft without planning permission for a fence but not a hedge

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big-all wrote:
front you are restricted to 1m/4ft without planning permission for a fence but not a hedge


thanks for this I didn't know that. that is probably why the next door neighbours have but up a hedge.


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