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You mean legally in terms of removing it please?
You can remove anything on your property. So you can cut the ivy back wherever it is on your land or property.
There is no legal consequence doing this. But you need to offer the trimmings back.
But you can cut it, no problem.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thats ok - if they refuse you can get a Court order under the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992.
They can't stop you getting access.
Does that clarify?
Yes you can ask them to remove it and if they dont, you can remove it.
If they do not give permission to go into their land you can get a Court order.
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