High Hedges Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (2011 Cap. 21). | Land Portal

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This Act introduces a system to encourage high hedge problem issues to be resolved through neighbourly discussion or mediation, and failing that, the facility for persons alleging that they are suffering a loss of the reasonable enjoyment of their property due to a neighbouring evergreen/semi-evergreen high hedge to lodge a formal complaint with their local council. The council will be acting as an independent and impartial third party. The Act also provides powers for councils to carry out work in default where appropriate, creates offences for non compliance with Remedial Notices and enables hedge owners and complainants to appeal against council decisions.

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