................when Chris is away
The lady next door is having a new fence and I think that the person who is doing the work has left his horse tied up somewhere at the front of the house
When she had the old fence put up it was put on our land, so when the lady's son came round with the man that is doing the job, Chris explained that it was on our land and could the new fence be moved onto our neighbour's garden, where it should be. It was agreed they would.
Anyway, I just went out to the bin and our gate, which is attached to the post is swinging in the wind with the post still attached to it
I hate confrontation and dealing with workmen but I asked him if would remove the post, to which his reply was the gate is locked. I got the key and asked him again, there was lots of tutting and sighing, but he did eventually do it. He then said that the door wouldn't fit the gap because of the new post and it would need to be adjusted. I said that surely he had to do that to make good what he had done. He said it's nothing to do with him.
I also reminded him about the fence being in the neighbour's garden and he said he would put the fence where he wanted to put the fence and he has already dug the holes, I looked and they are on our side, tight up to our path, which I think will mean that the back posts will be overlapping our path
I asked him again to move them and if he continued then when my husband came home he would have to come and remove them. He told me to stop being a busy body and bloody interefering as it has nothing to do with me and he has nothing else to say.
I really don't know what to do, I am shaking like a leaf :( and Chris isn't due home until Wednesday night, by which time all the posts and supports will be up