Wayleaves are rights-of-way for cables and services. This would not be away leave. It would be an easement.
If this pipe is on your side of the boundary, (her wall is the boundary) then this is trespass and you can apply to court for an injunction to get her to remove the pipe.
Alternatively, if she doesn’t want to remove the pipe, she has to pay you for an easement and although there is no fixed cost for that, the cost of it is likely to be awarded to you by the court as compensation/damages for the pipe remaining in place rather than it being removed.
It’s probably going to be worth (estimate) about £1000 or maybe slightly less.
You cannot force her to apply for an easement, you apply to court for an injunction to get her to remove it and she defends it on the basis that removal is disproportionate to the problem and that the correct remedy is damages/compensation.
It could easily cost £10,000 of this gets to court and she would still have to pay anyway plus legal costs so if this is really on your side of the boundary, it would be ludicrous for her to defend the action although don’t be at all surprised if she buries her head in the sand.
Check your house insurance to see if you have legal expenses cover would pay for the legal costs of dealing with this.
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