I was at the game last night and I noticed that the boundary line, rather than being a smooth oval, looked like it was made up of a series of straight lines, about 3-4 metres long, which are at a slight angle to each other. Am I going crazy, or have they changed how they paint the boundary line this year?
Hi all...ideas on Boundaries / Bottom line for when your partner or family member was in rehab and for when they got out?
My boyfriends therapist in rehab suggests I make a list of all these...and I’m stuck. Do you have suggestions? Feel free to send me some!
I have a few on my list so far. I don’t have all little/big lies cleared up and he hasn’t come clean with some things. I’ve cleared up a few though. He is still feeling ashamed so hopefully that passes in a couple of weeks...maybe it will be easier for me then to figure out my boundaries I need? Thank you!
What are the restrictions on planting on top of sewer line going through the property?
The driveway also need to go over the line I assume this will need Sydney Water approval and maybe casing!
Can't find any information on Sydney Water website.
Will the sewer going through in side boundary effect the house/land price?
Im an inside/outside type of person but I would like to mark a line of; beyond this you are on your own around the deck. I am working on training (like cats can be trained) but I was wondering if anyone knew of a color that is analogous to bright reflective.
Background: England, FreeHold Semi detached, 3 bed house with own driveway, garage set back from the house. The house is attached on the right hand side to the neighbour, and the left hand side has our drive and the neighbours drive separated by fencing.
Buying a house, found out 5 weeks into the process that the neighbour is having an extension, side of their semi-detached, right up to the boundary line of our (future drive way). Single story family room with 2 sky lights down the side of their house.
It was approved on 10 March by the council, my solicitor raised enquiries once the vendor eventually sent property information pack as the vendor didn't mention this before. Have yet to hear back from the vendor for additional information
Drove by the property today, the foundation are already dug out, fence that separates our drives taken down. Looks like the wall will be literally on the boundary line. I'm pretty sure my car won't pass down the side of my future house to go to the garage with that wall in place.
I'm concerned that if, once I purchased the property, and I decided to also do a side extension, I would have to make mine smaller to not attach to the neighbour because they've gone up to the boundary wall.
In this situation, is there any rule about going right up to the boundary? The vendor I'm buying it off is going through a divorce so I do sympathise with her and maybe she didn't get a party wall surveyor or have the energy to question the impact on her land.
Any other tips for me before I speak to my conveyancer tomorrow morning
I have purchased a new property off plan and exchanged contracts last year. On viewing the property recently (near completion) I noticed the access road is very close to the gable end of the property it poses a danger to impact collision from passing vehicles. Therefore I had an independent surveyor look at the plans and he has confirmed the the road is a hazard to peoples safety. I have reported my concerns to the developer who has now reduced my boundary lines by 3/4, so the road is no longer part of my building plot within the boundary. This possibly removes the hazard on paper, but not physically as the road remains. I have received a new TP1 to sign to which I have refused. Do I need to sign?
My neighbours who live directly behind want to replace the boundary fence and have stated that they don't want any money from me for it. They are however claiming the fence will encroach around a foot further on my land as my boundary fence with my neighbour to the side falls short by about a foot (very old concrete) and they want to use that fence post to start a new boundary line.
Are they allowed to do this if they are paying for the fence?
I’ve recently started thinking about bottom-line boundaries from workaholics anonymous. Props to those who suggested it here. Basically, a bottom line boundary defines the limit beyond which further work effort reflects problematic addiction behaviors. It differs for each person and is a stand in for abstinence because most workaholics cannot choose to not work altogether.
I’m trying to think of any situation under any circumstances for any duration of time which NEED NOT have a bottom line. This is frequently something I’ve noticed in toxic settings. Basically this sentiment: “Of course bottom lines matter in the long run, but this next 1 day/week/month squeeze is all hands on deck!” I guess the analogy would be something like scheduling your binge drinking being ok, as long as you’re not doing it every day for a year. This seems problematic AF to me, but I see this attitude reflected nearly EVERYWHERE in my field. I like the work (which I’ve put a lot of effort/ time to get good at), but I think the culture in this space is pretty damn well baked in unavoidably for careerists. For whatever reason, it’s a feature not a bug I think.
It’s weird to be highly qualified and competent (no imposter syndrome), yet see so little a sense of belonging or a future. I’m not even sure my perspective would be seriously considered as a legitimate concern rather than part of “the process.” I get it perfectly well, but my mentors (mixed bags as role models) are frustrated and ripping their hair out over me. Disclosing my disability would clarify, but would also go over as smooth as tossing a dead fish on a conference table. At least a few need therapy as much as I do, IMHO.
All this just seems like a crappy paywall to an otherwise really productive and interesting career/future where the cost could be my mental health. Have considered branching out as a consultant, but I would need more experience/contacts and would be seen as not a team player/antisocial/an opportunist out for $$$. I’m not. I just want as much control of my personal ROI as possible, given that investing hard effort to even get returns means something different to us CPTSDers and has different health implications. My skills are unique and valuable, so I do actually have leverage in a strange way despite all this. Federal US funds are also involved, so I know ADA would apply too.
Thoughts? Does this strike a nerve for anybody?
Hi Team, I currently have a property with a back yard against some Bush which is someone else's land . It's farmland. The farmer has noticed that we are clearing out back yard section to landscape a garden there. Currently we have found the boundary pegs and they are exactly where we expected them to be, so we have run a string line so we don't cross or build anything over the boundary. He has suggested to go halves on a surveyor ($1500) to confirm the boundary before putting up a fence etc. Is this actually needed if we have the boundary pegs? They are pretty obvious but he is pushing to get a surveyor out which is unaffordable for us at the moment. Thanks for any insight! EDIT Question... Gah