My neighbour keeps parking in my spot AND she uses my garden without asking, I can’t confront her but I’m taking action | The Sun

AN ANGRY woman has told how she's fed up of her neighbours keep using her garden without even asking for her permission first.

The anonymous woman vented her frustration on social forum site Mumsnet, where she explained how at the time of writing, her next door neighbour was sitting beneath her window painting some furniture with her mates.

In the post, she penned: "Prior to this they have had friends over to socialise in the garden and parked their car there too (on our grass – despite having a three car driveway and on road parking being available)."

She went on to ask whether people think she's being unreasonable to think it's completely "cheeky."

To make the layout clearer, she continued: "We are semi-detached and the garden in question is half ours and half theirs with no visible separation on the ground.

"But, it is clear who owns which half as their part is directly in front of their living room window and our part is directly in front of ours."


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She added: "The borders are also different so when our land changes to theirs it goes from flowers to brick work."

It wasn't long before social forum users took to the comments section to offer their advice.

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"Start inviting your friends over to paint in their garden, see how they like that! Don't be afraid to spill a little paint either!" one person suggested.

A second urged: "Let it go today, buy a fence tomorrow."

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A third commented: "I would just say with respect please can you refrain from using our side of the garden?

"Perhaps offer to fund something that make the border more defined but I'd be much inclined to put a row of fast growing conifers."

Meanwhile, a fourth quipped: "One word: fence."

A further added: "Pretend you’re not British today and say you need them to move off your grass!

Then install a little fence or something that delineates your garden more clearly."

Another insisted: "If it’s an issue to you use your words. Out loud. To her."

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In response, the woman admitted: "Ah, I knew that was coming! In true British style, I obviously can't stand any form of confrontation.

"I know that is a 'me' issue, but equally I would never, ever go and sit in someone else's garden!"

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