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I believe that would cover it. The driveway is shared and acknowledged - its purely about at what point restriction is acceptable ( ie the last few feet of fence if made permanent prevents removal of vehicles due to the proximity of the buildings ).
Sorry I think you have misunderstood. There is a shared driveway, but where it enters the back of the property is where contention can be found. I chose to remove the garage and the fence that was concreted in - being a good neighbour.
I just want to acknowledge that where the fixed fence ends now, should not be increased in the future. I would expect this would class as "back garden" on both properties as this is beyond the building line.