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Good afternoon, thank you for contacting Just answer, i am a solicitor in England and Wales and happy to guide you. If your wall is on the boundary line and is acting as the boundary then they could argue that they are growing the ivy on their side of the boundary. So to ask them to remove it all together will be difficult, you would not have legal grounds to do so. However, if the ivy is growing onto your garage wall and on the roof then that is encroachment and they ought to stop this and you are entitled then to require them to remove the encroaching ivy and i they refuse you could get a contract to chop it and get them to reimburse you for the cost. If they are not reasonable you may have to apply to court for an injunction order against them. If I can clarify further please do not hesitate to send your follow up questions, I am more than happy to guide you. All the best
You are welcome, I am glad I could help. All the best.