If the trees are evergreen, you can actually make them cut them
down to 2 m under the nuisance tree legislation. Let me know if they are
evergreen and I will expand.
This will probablyneed planning permission if the neighbour objects if it
is over 2 m high. There is no reason why it should need to be over 2 m provided
the dish can see the satellite.
What you could do is put it as high as you liked and if the
neighbour objects or the planning authorities come around, lower the dish to 2
It is usually over 2 m purely to get it out of harm's way.
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