I win hands down ! mine sneaks out in the night and fills everyones bins up with rubbish . He gets up a ladder and drags rubbish across his shed roof to dump it in the alley and then walks around to get to the alley and spreads it outside everyone elses house .
Didn't know there was Legislation covering it. I've seen lots including domestic cut September even in to November this year.Birds nesting.
As a general rule, farmers and landowners should not cut hedges between March and the end of August. (EU Legislation). Domestically it should be also be avoided for the same reason.
Really. Get him on video. I have a shot of my neighbour shoulder barging my wife's wing mirror (yes she slightly parked on the pavement) but he fully blocks the pavement with his van and other neighbours do it. My wife had been there 30 minutes whilst we shifted cars. He doesn't like me as I stand up to him being a bully - he has no competition as the other neighbours are elderly women on their own. He is a BIG man (not short ar$e) When he threattened to knock me out, I laughed... he was in his house, I was two steps down - but eye level - and I'm not tall, and had asked him to stop smoking my house out with smoke from his dodgy log burner (smoke free zone - new houses)..I win hands down ! mine sneaks out in the night and fills everyones bins up with rubbish . He gets up a ladder and drags rubbish across his shed roof to dump it in the alley and then walks around to get to the alley and spreads it outside everyone elses house .
Some one confronted him last week and said he has been seen . All he said was " oh , i guess you dont mind falling out with your neighbors then " He then stole everyones bins
Aarrgghhh Peacocks make a hideous noise.We got some hens earlier in the year but I didn't get a cockerel in case it upset the neighbours. Our 2 closest neighbours have both said we should get one as they like the noise. We do live rurally though, there is a free range peacock in the village and he really does make a noise early on a summer’s morning
Rosecomb Roosters?Hope you get this resolved amicably , I'm quite surprised that no one has bred a silent rooster yet.