Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
For now please let me know whether you have had a survey done to establish the boundary please?
Ok - this is what you need to do
1) It can be reported to the Police if any of your property has been damaged
This is criminal damage/
Even the plants that have been removed or trampled on is criminal damage
The Police can investigate and prosecute if appropriate
2) You should get a survey done, but the surveyor will need to see the deeds
From this the surveyor can assess whether or not the border is in line with the deeds
The surveyor will produce a report. if it is not in line with the deeds you can get a local Solicitor to write and ask that it is removed back or you will issue proceedings.
If they do not then you can issue proceedings and seek a declaration from the Court as to where the true boundary is
The Solicitor can use the surveyor report as evidence in Court
But these are the steps you can take, first to report to the Police and second to get a survey done
Can I clarify anything about this for you today please?
Great. Can I help with anything else today?
Yes indeed. Its a shame neighbours can be like this