Hi all, I just have a query about my neighbour’s right to privacy. Quick back story. We moved into a semi detached place in May. We are renting, and so is my neighbour. I have been desperate for a space to do my hobbies etc for a while now, so the first thing I did was tear down the old rotting potting shed and build a 6x9 (2x3m) shed in its place. The height is right on the limit at 2.5m. Everything has been fine up until now. A few days ago I knocked on his door and had a chat about my noise in the shed, and that if it were ever a problem, to just shout over the fence and I’ll do my best to keep it down. I’m trying to be a good neighbour, you know? So fast forward to yesterday, he asks for a chat over our shared fence. My first thought was that I was making noise and he wanted me to keep it down. But instead he says his landlord has said that I must extend the height of the fence up to at least the top of my shed windows, because Its affecting his privacy. Also his wife likes to exercise in the garden sometimes. The light from inside the shed is also bright. I agreed, the shed is pretty tall and its off the floor too so it seems even taller. We only have a 5ft fence so I can see straight into his garden/house. We talked for a bit and everything was civil and we discussed me putting up some trellis extensions for the top of the fence. Afterwards, I started thinking about it. Is it really my responsibility? Shouldn’t he pay for the trellis toppers on the fence? His privacy is his responsibility, surely? I’ll do it, but if its actually not my problem then he should know that it was done as a courtesy, and not because I was forced to. Any thoughts?