Generally, you have the right to prune or time overhanging branches from your neighbour’s tree if they are causing a nuisance or damage to your property.
However, there are certain rules and guidelines that you must follow:
It’s important to note that if you prune your neighbour’s tree without following the guidelines and laws, you may be liable for damages and may face legal consequences. It’s always best to try to communicate and reach a mutual agreement with your neighbour before taking any action.
If you have concerns or questions about pruning your neighbour’s tree, reach out to our team who are always more than happy to answer any questions you might have and provide advice specific to your situation.