I would write (or get
solicitor to write) basically telling them that they are putting this flowerbed
in a stupid place ( I would probably say unsuitable) and that as it is below yr
letterbox, you will not be responsible for damage to flowers cause by you or
postman using the box.
At this stage, that is about
all that you can do. Take photos before and after in case this becomes an issue.
Incidentally, once the
flowers are placed on land which belongs to someone else, they belong to the
owner of that land. It is well established law. So legally once the flowers are
there, there is nothing they can do if you do tread on them
Does that answer the
question? I am happy to answer specific points.
Can I help further?
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