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    back yard half pipe!

    My nice nieghbour a few doors down has put up a ****ing halfpipe! I wouldnt mind but he randomly has parties and loud music/ fireworks at 3 am. Not only is it noisy but when stood on it they overlook all our gardens. Also a massive teepee looking think and the gardens full of fat bald men!
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    I built a half pipe in our back garden when I was a kid, I was signed by Route 1 in Guildford.

    My stepdad and I built it (professional carpenter) and it was awesome.

    Because it was built as a framework placed on breezeblocks it wasn't classed as a structure and there was no planning permission needed. We had it there for about three years and I used to skate it for three or four hours a day, every day.

    Never had any parties or annoyed the neighbours too much though.

    What you need to do is go and work out if it is a permenant structure or a movable object.

    If it isn't fixed down you need to set fire to it, if it is you need to don them in for planning.

    Or you need to shake the sand out of your fanny and go round with a beer.
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