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    window is finally in, was very tight in the bottom left hand corner as it only just managed to push in, will try and upload pictures tonight as it was dark by the time I packed up last night. when I seal the inside is there anything I can do to stop the water pressure pushing the window and cracking it hopefully it wont and I'm just trying to prevent any movement. Next jobs are to finish of the patios, run the electrics and get the filters up and running, once I've got the patio laid passed the back gate I can try and get the electrics installed will save anyone taking the cable.

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    Copings and electrics to do then get the filtration plumbed in

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    Had a nice letter from the council when I got home yesterday, try and make your property look better and this is what happens. I've tried calling them today to discuss but cannot get through has anyone else had this issue and successfully resolved it I'd rather not have to take up what I've spent ages laying. I've got drainage in the patio and also a raised flowerbed at the end of it, I could take the raised flowerbed out and put in some shrubs possibly?

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    i don t know if all councils are differant. but when i had my new build 3 years ago now. new raised pond. i was planning on knocking fences down and putting up 7 foot walls plus summer house and filter house with shed added for QT tank inside. one fence was council owned. even though I own the property. as a 12 doctors surgary is next door. so it was there fence.
    talking to some builders some said i could and some said i could nt. well i went ahead and got a surveyer in to look around. plus he did a lot of work for our local council.
    he told me i could build the lot. so i did. so if it was me get someone who knows the rules. and go from there.
    good luck with it mate.

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    Fill the form in and send off,tell the the reason you did it was because the previous frontage was uneven and in need of repair,have you a phot of how it was.did it have any holes you may have stumbled on as it was so hazardous.you need to sort the edges out with some tarmac to level it up,good luckandi

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    Yeah previously it it was block paved but uneven and when it rained it used to flood which is why I put the paving there I even put in drainage with a soakaway so that the rain would drain away into that. I'm waiting for a quote to have the tarmac done to level it up and get rid of the holes at the front too. I've emailed the council to ask the to call me and discuss it have also tried calling numerous times over the last 2 days with no luck absolute joke considering they have given me 15 days on the letter

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