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Dispute over shared parking

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bald-Eagle22, 12 Dec 2017.

  1. Bald-Eagle22

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 30 Mar 2007

    Posts: 2,270

    Location: Essex

    Guys ,

    I live in a development that is about 10 years old , we have some shared parking for a few houses at the rear and I am now in dispute with a neighbour over parking and allocated spaces .

    Where can I find any parking covenants , restrictions or allocations ?

    Would I write to Land Reigistry ? And if so would I need to apply for all the properties involved or just mine .

    Also any idea I’d costs .

  2. Nomisf

    Man of Honour

    Joined: 6 Aug 2006

    Posts: 1,392

    Location: Reading

    Should be listed on the Land Registry,

    You can register with them Online here, find the property and then purchase a report showing boundaries (https://www.gov.uk/search-property-information-land-registry)

    Although if you own the house, it should be listed in the deeds/boundary documents that you have already,
  3. Matteh

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 2,141

    Location: Surrey

    Is your development managed? live in a similar aged development and the details of my allocated parking etc. is all part of my lease - but otherwise I'd have thought the management company (if you have one) may be able to advise?
  4. Bald-Eagle22

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 30 Mar 2007

    Posts: 2,270

    Location: Essex

    Thanks Nomif , actually spoke with them on the phone and there were very helpful . Although the title deeds and plan details show boundary’s they don’t show shred parking or any coventants relating to them . I have to apply for the original title deed from the builder by way of aplying in writing on an OC2 form .

    Trouble is I have 7 properties involved at £7 a pop , cheaper than a solicitor I suppose.
  5. VincentHanna


    Joined: 30 Jul 2013

    Posts: 23,213

    In the scheme of things, it's not a lot.
  6. wesley


    Joined: 29 Jul 2003

    Posts: 7,491

    Are parking spaces allocated to houses? Ie, number marked on the ground?