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I live in a terrace house and an extension was built in 1974

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I live in a terrace house and an extension was built in 1974 from the party wall line out 3.30 metres with a solid wall adjoining neighbours property 2.56m high.
My neighbour has a patio door within .50m of this wall and is 2.4 in height and width.
I have now demolished this building and want to erect a glass conservatory on the foundations but only to extend 3.00m from house the eaves will be 2.10m high and the total height to the ridge will be 2.80m.
My neighbour is saying that I will interfere with her right to light .As I have been told I need planning permission from Bournville Village Trust she is objecting to this permission.
The Triust surveyor keeps going on about the 45 degree rule any help would be appreciated.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: UK Property Law
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