Unauthorised Altered Common Path

Unauthorised Altered Common Path

Do I Need Permission - Ask An Expert A neighbour has built fences across a “pro indiviso” public path and narrowed it to half, through their property – without planning permission, around 20 years ago.

Are the Council entitled to de-list the path to all residents, without restoring it & the access to it?
Question Posted By – G Buchan In Area – West Central Scotland

  1. Do I Need PermissionDo I Need Permission04-13-2015

    Hello.

    Is this a communal footpath i.e. a footpath that is shared between a group of residents or a public footpath that is adopted by the council? i.e. anyone can walk on it?

    Thanks for using Do I Need Permission.

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