Sydney: Man obstructs neighbours’ sunshine with 16 feet high personal privacy fence

    Ali's fence in Sydney has been called the 'Great Wall of Chester Hill'

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    Ali’s fence in Sydney has actually been called the ‘Great Wall of Chester Hill’ (Picture: 9/ A Current Affair)

    A Sydney guy has actually blamed lockdown dullness and a ‘Covid brain explosion’ for putting up a 16 feet personal privacy wall in his yard.

    Neighbours have actually christened the fence ‘The Great Wall of Chester Hill’, after the south-western residential area where property owner Ali felt he wasn’t getting sufficient personal privacy.

    The eyesore– which is 3 times larger than a typical garden fence– has actually sparked a fight as residents declare it obstructs the sun from getting to their own homes.

    Ali has in turn branded his neighbours ‘d**kheads’ for getting him in problem with the council after he developed the monstrosity without approval.

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    The wall initially appeared in July as Sydney was plunged into another Covid lockdown due to cases of the Delta version being recognized.

    Ali informed A Current Affair: ‘Well, when you’ re sitting in the house and you’re not permitted to go no place and the neighbours are taking a look at you, you state“you know what? I’m going to build a bloody wall” It was a Covid brain surge.’

    It is well embellished on Ali’s side with LED lights and he’s compared it to ‘sitting in an art gallery.’

    But the back that deals with the neighbours has lots of wires and nails. Ali declares he planned to embellish both sides however quit due to the problems he got.

    The wall was developed over a week throughout lockdown (Picture: Nine)

    One neighbour informed Daily Mail Australia: ‘It blocks the sun, we don’ t truly get sun anymore.

    ‘I’ m extremely stressed out, I like my flowers and the view, with the trees prior to it was great today it’s extremely bad.’

    The wall was integrated in location of a series of evergreen which Ali states were simply as high as the fencing.

    He declares he needed to slice them down since they had actually gone rotten however neighbours state they still appeared healthy.

    Ali states he will not take the wall down, even if he is bought to do so (Picture: Nine)

    Witnesses stated the ‘hideous’ wall increased in less than a week, with a group working flat-out to produce the L shaped structure.

    Ali has actually put in a late advancement application however the regional Cumberland Council has actually verified it is taking ‘enforcement action’ and has actually offered a schedule in which he needs to comply.

    If he needs to get rid of the structure, Ali states he will not dismantle it however will rather look for to offer it and after that crane it out.

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