Mollymews Posted December 1, 2019 Share Posted December 1, 2019 about legacy mainland tiny parcels, odd parcel shapes, building on the boundary, having a neighbour who gets co-operative building in the shared view, and another neighbour who is working on it but is ok because they are still learning some pics of my 96m 12x12 triangle roadside parcel this tiny parcel was abandoned. I put in a ticket to snaffle it to make up my LI count on the same region to the group bonus for 1024m tier the thing was, what can I do with it ? I had the idea beforehand that it would house some kinda vehicle. I decided to go with a tractor pretty much everything that could be wrong with a parcel, was wrong. Tiny, L-shape and the terrain was munted. The terrain on the abandoned parcel behind is reverted to Lumpy. My neighbour to the right has a wall enclosing their property. My neighbour to the left is learning how to build and mount stuff, which has been a work in progress for some weeks now, but all good because learning so while I am looking at all this a few days after I got it, enter my neighbour to the right. We have a chat about what could be done. He then lowers his parcel edge under his wall, in a way which doesn't disrupt his build. He then says it will be ok for me to encroach on to his property up to the wall, in the interests of making the shared view look tidy. Good neighbour yes, best kind actually I ended up building a retaining wall at the back of my property, right on the boundary because of the munted terrain. On top of a prim base using the Linden library terrain texture. Then did what I could with my parcel terrain to be able to drive my tractor on and off the road into the shed should anyone buy the parcel behind then I will be open to working in with them should they want. In the same way that my neighbour to the right is open to this open meaning that we don't ever expect, or even want, our neighbours to tear down what they make to please our idea of what is acceptable. Just working together in a complementary way, with the shared view uppermost in our minds 15 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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