My neighbour attached a wall to our boundary fence. He did not ask my permission and I would have rejected his request for the following reasons: - It adds weight to the fence which could potentially make it lean. - There is now a cavity between the wall and fence where leaves, etc., can collect with no way of removing them as both the fence and the wall are very high. This creates a fire & rotting risk. - He has attached electrical cable to the boundary fence which is not enclosed in conduit. This creates a risk of electrocution. I have contacted the council and they are only interested in getting him to obtain a building permit because the wall is over 2 metres high. They are not interested in the electrical or my other issues. My questions are: - Is he required by property law to seek my permission before attaching a wall and cable to the fence. Is this covered under the fencing act? - Are there any other authorities I can report this to? - Can I force him to remove the fence and repair the damage caused?