If you have an agreement with your neighbour about the construction, repair, maintenance, or replacement of the fence, including the costs, then it is not necessary to complete the forms below. However, it is a good idea to put your agreement in writing. An example of a fencing work agreement can be found in our publication Fences and the Law.
This notice must be served on your neighbour(s) if you intend to erect a new fence (where there is no fence currently).
You must provide the following information:
If the fence you are proposing encroaches on the other party’s property you will need to specify details of the compensation you will pay for loss of occupation of land.
This notice must be served on your neighbour(s) if you intend repairing or replacing an existing fence.
You need to provide the following information:
This notice is used in response to either a Form 1 or Form 2 notice to advise the person who has issued the notice about fencing work of any objections and counter-proposals you may have.
You need to specify:
Forms are also available from the sa.gov.au website.