I am making an application for Planning Permission where the property has no direct frontage to the public footpath or road.
The location is urban but the house is set back approximately 15 metres from the public footpath, and the land they own extends 7 metres in front of their house. To access their land, and park their car, they have a right of way to cross the land in front which is owned by the next door neighbour.
Relations are not good with the next door neighbour and the client does not think the neighbour would give permission to place a Site Notice on the neighbour's property.
However to position the Site Notice within the boundaries of the client's property would mean that it would not be able to be read from the public footpath.
Would anybody know what the legal situation is? Does somebody have a right to place a Site Notice on a piece of land over which they have right of way?
Alternatively, is there another place that Site Notice could be positioned that would satisfy the planners?