When contacted by property owners, or advisers, we try and approach the matter in a practical way.
The final object will be to get a determined boundary agreement, which can be registered, that all parties can live with.
Too often a situation is reached that “X” has a perceived boundary issue with a neighbour. They go to see a solicitor, or other consultant, who looks at the Land Registry deeds and writes a letter to the neighbour “Y”. This gets a response from the neighbour “Y”, or their solicitor, and very soon a couple of nice thick files (and hefty fees) have built up, but no real progress has been made to investigate on the ground and try to resolve, in a practical way, the underlying issues involved