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Dealing with noisy neighbours

Unless you live in a remote, isolated location, it’s inevitable that you will hear some noise from your neighbours. 

Many people are sufficiently aware of how their noise impacts others so they keep it to reasonable levels but too often this isn’t the case. 

Loud music, blaring televisions, and noisy arguing are some of the most common causes of a neighbour dispute. Noisy neighbours can be a nightmare to live next door to. 

If a polite request to keep noise levels in check doesn’t work, our lawyers are on hand to guide you on the steps you can take.

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Our team of specialist advisers can advise you on your legal rights when dealing with noisy neighbours. We provide expert jargon-free advice on the individual circumstances of your case and can help you to achieve a neighbour dispute resolution as quickly as possible.s.

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Victoria Helps Victoria joined Which? Legal in 2016. Before that, Victoria worked as a legal adviser at The Co-op. See profile
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