You & your neighbours

People can have different levels of tolerance based on their own individual circumstances. Make sure that your actions do not cause annoyance or distress to another person.

What should I consider when I move into my new home?

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Make sure that your actions do not cause annoyance or distress to another person.

What makes me a good neighbour?

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Every year we get hundreds of calls about neighbours causing annoyance or distress to others.

What is anti-social behaviour?

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Anti-social behaviour can take many forms and has a negative effect on the quality of life for individuals and the community.

How should I deal with anti-social behaviour?

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Where possible, it is important that residents try and resolve issues themselves…

How do I deal with abuse?

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Abuse will often show itself in signs of anger towards you or a family member. If you are concerned about abuse find out what you can do…

What is harassment?

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If you suffer from other people’s actions, this could be classed as harassment…

How do you support me if I am being harassed?

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When you report a suspected case of harassment to us we will visit you within five working days depending on the individual circumstance.

What can I do about children playing outside my home?

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This document explains our views and offers advice on how these issues may be tackled if there is a perceived problem in your neighbourhood.