hedge, high

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A row of two or more trees or shrubs exclusively or mostly evergreen or semi‐evergreen which are more than two metres high. If a ‘high hedge’ because of its height spoils reasonable enjoyment of neighbouring domestic land because it restricts access to that land or forms a barrier to light then action can be taken under pt 8 of the Anti‐social Behaviour Act 2003 to have it lowered.

Subjects: Law.

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