Q There's a party fence on the driveway which needs repositioning.
The fact that you call it a "party fence" suggests that you believe you own it jointly with your neighbour and share responsibility for maintaining it.
Others may not be part of a building, such as party fence
walls, but stand astride the boundary line of different owners and separate them, like a garden wall.
For example, if you propose to excavate within three or six metres of your neighbour's property for the purposes of building new foundations or drains, or you intend to carry out works to a party wall or party fence
wall, you will need to serve Party Wall Notices in accordance with the Party Wall etc Act 1996.
Some party walls stand astride the boundary of land belonging to two or more different owners; others separate two or more buildings; others may not be part of a building - party fence
walls - but stand astride the boundary line of different owners and separate them, like a garden wall.