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  Reply # 973587 24-Jan-2014 14:43 Send private message

timmmay: You couldn't build on the same spot, you have to be a meter from the boundary these days.

I did consider just spinning all the bricks around, so the outside is now the inside... ;)


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  Reply # 973589 24-Jan-2014 14:45 Send private message

Actually, your funny post made me think.. Take the fence bricks or blocks down, sell to him cheap, get a block layer in to rebuild that wall

Cost wise, may not be too bad, and the leak is fixed



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  Reply # 973599 24-Jan-2014 15:13 Send private message

The walls hold up the roof...




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  Reply # 973601 24-Jan-2014 15:27 Send private message

timmmay: The walls hold up the roof...


Nothing a few Acrows would not fix in the mean time,

Also you may find your council might allow you to replace "like for like" if the structure is old and needs repairs..

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  Reply # 973633 24-Jan-2014 15:49 Send private message

timmmay: The walls hold up the roof...


Its just the rear wall I thought? Support the rear roof from inside temporarily

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  Reply # 973808 24-Jan-2014 21:01

timmmay: You couldn't build on the same spot, you have to be a meter from the boundary these days.

I did consider just spinning all the bricks around, so the outside is now the inside... ;)


What council? Wellington's district plan doesn't have any side yard limits except that you have to have access to rear and adjacent buildings are 1 metre apart. If you build up against boundary the wall must be fire rated.



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  Reply # 973814 24-Jan-2014 21:09 Send private message

tdgeek:
timmmay: The walls hold up the roof...


Its just the rear wall I thought? Support the rear roof from inside temporarily


It's the side wall.

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timmmay: You couldn't build on the same spot, you have to be a meter from the boundary these days.

I did consider just spinning all the bricks around, so the outside is now the inside... ;)


What council? Wellington's district plan doesn't have any side yard limits except that you have to have access to rear and adjacent buildings are 1 metre apart. If you build up against boundary the wall must be fire rated.


Interesting. I may read up on it, thought it was in the property act 2007.




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