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The other way to the land is over someone else's land
these people used to own the land recently sold . However they gave up the land in 2009 and put up a concrete fence separating the workshop and land from theirs and effectively landlocking it. We have had some advice that the new owners could claim prescriptive rights to come through the other gates if they had to , but the advice has not been verified by a solicitor.
When the workshop land was sold at auction their was addendum that their was no legal right of way but implied that the archway would have been used for years for access to the workshop/land which is not true.
No! I don't think so.