There was a proposal to erect five houses in the gardens of houses subject to restrictive covenants.
Held: The existing restrictions did secure practical benefits. The Tribunal referred to a number of factors, one of which was ‘the prevention of nuisance and annoyance during building works’
Mr Clarke FRICS
 EWLands LP – 27 – 1999,  EGLR 1
England and Wales
Cited – Shephard and others v Turner and Another CA 23-Jan-2006
The appellants challenged the removal of a restrictive covenant on a neighbour’s house restricting further building on the land to allow further house in the garden. It was in a small close of houses all erected, and the covenant imposed, in 1952. . .
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Updated: 12 January 2022; Ref: scu.225605