There are many types of nuisance. Some of the most common are:
For more information visit the being a good neighbour page
With all neighbour nuisance complaints we will ask you if you have discussed the problem with your neighbour first. Very often, making your neighbour aware of your concerns in a reasonable manner can resolve problems quickly. It is important to remember once a complaint is made to the Estate Management Team and an investigation begins, the problem may become worse before it gets better.
For more information on noise issues, or to make a complaint about noise, visit the noise complaints page.
For neighbour nuisance complaints other than noise:
An officer from the Estate Management Team will contact you within five working days to discuss the best course of action. Visit the next steps when you report anti-social behaviour page to find out more.
Neighbour nuisance can often be very complicated and it is important that as much information as possible is provided. We may, if appropriate to the investigation and with your permission, contact:
The Council has a specialist Anti-Social Behaviour Team that deals with serious anti-social behaviour, including drugs and violence. Such cases are referred by the Estate Management Team, if appropriate.
For more information, visit the anti-social behaviour section.