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You may be able to file an action claiming that the shed is an aesthetic nuisance; but I am not finding much UK case law on this and it is unclear what standard the court would apply in determining such a claim. As far as items attached to your property without your consent, you may have a claim for trespass to chattels. The tort of trespass to chattels can be defined as the intentional interference with the possession of property, aside from land, belonging to another, resulting in damage to that property.
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