If she will not remove any growth trees, climber, plants, weeds etc which grows from her property and trespasses onto your property, then you can remove it and actually charge her for the removal if you have to get contractors into do it. You must not do anything that kills it.
Somewhat bizarrely, you cannot keep the bits that you cut off because that is theft and you should return them to her. She might not be very happy if you don’t the clippings onto her land but that’s the situation. You might want to tell her what you’ve been advised and ask her does she want the pieces or does she want you to dispose of them.
If she regularly trespasses personally onto your land, you can apply to court for an injunction to stop her.
If the climber which is on her land blocks your view all the sunlight onto the terrace, that is not actionable. It would be actionable if it blocked at least 50% of the light coming in to a room but not onto a terrace.
A solicitors letter may get more notice taken of it than your own letter although that may inflame the situation so you might want to start with your own letter.
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