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We want you to feel safe and secure in your home and neighbourhood
If issues arise they can very often be resolved quickly and amicably by chatting to your neighbour. After all, your neighbour may not be aware that there is an issue, so we would always advise that you try to resolve things yourself before escalating.
The way you use your home, the shared areas and your garden, and the way you control your pets and keep noise down, are all very important in getting on with your neighbours. We rely on neighbours to be considerate and tolerant towards one another.
We appreciate that not all issues can be resolved easily and over a sustained period of time issues can cause alarm and distress to others. This is best defined as antisocial behaviour.
We are committed to working with residents to tackle antisocial behaviour and have produced a factsheet setting out what antisocial behaviour is (as well as what it isn't), what you should do if you experience it and what we will do to help you when you tell us about it.
More information about our approach to tackling antisocial behaviour can be found in our Antisocial Behaviour policy
Citizens Advice has also produced useful information about how to resolve neighbour disputes.