A right-of-entry permit can be granted to enter a neighbouring property to make repairs for health and safety reasons.

  • If neighbours can come to an agreement on the access needed, then a right-of-entry permit is not required.
  • There are two types of permits: low or high impact depending on the amount of work that needs to be done.
  • The neighbour should be given reasonable notice and the land should be brought back to its original condition once repairs are complete.