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Old 17 Oct 20, 08:40 PM  
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I would give them the choice of seeing the caravan or having a hedge 🤷

It wouldn't bother me as we are detached and have fences up. Our neighbour has a work van. Neighbour few doors down has a mobile home on their drive.

Difficult for us to know without a photo.
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Old 17 Oct 20, 08:44 PM  
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Another example of how rude and ignorant some people are becoming these days. Iím another one for grow what you like and park what you like on your own drive. I wouldnt entertain the idea of paying for it to go into storage when I have somewhere to keep it !
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Old 17 Oct 20, 08:53 PM  
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Sorry but I would hate to see a caravan in my cul de sac. We must be lucky as we have no vans or caravans parked anywhere near us and its very quiet
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Old 17 Oct 20, 09:14 PM  
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The marionette above my parents ,every single floorboard creeks... loudly, and has done for the last 8 years. They would swap that for a caravan in front of their window in a heartbeat. They also live in a cul de sac.
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Old 17 Oct 20, 10:15 PM  
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Our estate was built 1970s on. Still being expanded. There is a covenant in the deeds that states Caravans cannot be kept in front of the building line. Some people do but if neighbours complain it has to go. A number of people have got around it with motor homes of various sizes.
We have that Covenant in our deeds too & most people keep to & I personally am glad they do. I hate seeing them stuck on peoples drives for usually 9 months of the year. DH 's house had same Covenant & the bloke next door bought a caravan put it in his drive which was nearer to DH's front window than his own, looked awful, he used it once then never again. When DH put his house up for same the first viewer started to our agent they loved the house but wouldn't entertain buying because of the caravan stuck there. I wrote then neighbour a very nice letter pointing out the problem and the Covenant, he wasn't happy but it was moved the following week. The rest of the neighbours bought me flowers for getting rid of it for them.
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Old 17 Oct 20, 10:18 PM  
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Havenít read all responses so apologies repeating
Canít you put it in storage
I would have to say why should they?

Its expensive and not necessarily 100% safe.

This week I left home at 10pm and got home at 730am for my night shift.
Emergency services.

If you don't like me shutting my car door at 9pm who's gonna look after you at 4am?

Some people need to get a life
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Old 17 Oct 20, 10:48 PM  
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We have adult sons who would remain in the property whilst away. Plus we have ring doorbell security on most angles so no issue with security

They have asked that no take away delivery after 10pm as they counted a car door opening and closing 5 times at 11pm at night. I spoke to the boys who looked at me in disbelief. Uber eats is life they said. 😂😂

I have called around today and itís 400 for just the winter and all near us are full. We would be looking at a 30 minute drive to get in anywhere.

I do feel for them but I now feel so watched we are going to get a hedge grown anyway. They will just have to get used to it as they have done with their neighbours the other side who have tall conifers between them.

For now itís staying. Xx
No, they're beyond crazy.

Personally, I'm not into caravans but who on this green Earth are they to have the audacity to ask you to move it, stop your sons eating and not to grow a hedge.

Do all of the above, without any feeling of guilt or like you're doing it in defiance. It's your property and I'd hazard that you probably had to pay more for the privilege of living in your street than they did back in the olden days.

The level of entitlement is insane.
Honestly, I can't abide the fact that the house across the streets has yellow blinds in one window and blue in the other at the front but have I decided to tell her that I am upset by it? No, because I'm not a self centred nut job!
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Old 17 Oct 20, 11:05 PM  
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Our house was built in 1967 and the houses are well spaced out. The deeds do not allow caravans or vans to be parked in driveways.
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Our neighbours (joint on as semi detached) have a large caravan on their drive. It rarely moves and means that the three cars they have need to be parked on the street. It's a little annoying, but I wouldn't complain about it.
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I wouldnít care in the slightest. Itís your house, and your driveway. They sound incredibly nosey! Enjoy your caravan 😊
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