Can I have a fence in my front yard?

Can I have a fence in my front yard?

You can build fences and walls around your building as long as you conform with height limits. For instance, fences built in the front or outside yard must have a maximum height of 42 inches, while fences in the rear yards can have a maximum height of 72 inches.

How much does it cost to fence a front yard?

Hiring a fence contractor in the Australian Capital Territory costs $85.

How high can a fence be in the front yard?

Residential Construction Maximum fence height is seven (7') feet in backyard and side yard up to the front face of the house. A permit is not required; however, certain requirements must be met to construct the fence in a sound manner. Maximum height of three (3) feet of solid fencing is allowed in the front yard.

Can I put a 6 foot fence in my front yard?

Fence regulations are typically governed by local law or a homeowners' association. In many municipalities, six feet is the maximum height for a backyard fence, while a 4-foot fence may be used in front of your home.

Can I paint my neighbors fence on my side?

No, you can't paint someone else's fence without their permission. You can build your own fence alongside theirs so that your fence hides their fence.

Can you cut down large trees on your own property?

The reality is you are permitted to prune or cut down any tree on your land, regardless of whether it is healthy or not, if it is not subject to a Tree Preservation Order or located with a conservation area. ... Contrary to popular belief, there is not a blanket protection of all Oak trees.

Can you cut a tree in front of your house?

Yes. By law, you have the right to trim branches and limbs that extend past the property line. However, the law only allows tree trimming and tree cutting up to the property line. You may not go onto the neighbor's property or destroy the tree.

Can I cut down trees in my yard?

You may not cut down the tree. You need permission to enter the tree owner's property. You cannot injure the tree when trimming. Trimming may only occur up to the boundary line between properties.

Do I have to cut my hedge on my neighbor's side?

Provided there are no Boundary Disputes, and if both parties agree to the hedge, you will usually both be responsible for the maintenance of the hedge on your own sides. You can cut the hedge right back to your neighbour's boundary, although there are some exceptions to this.