By Brad Paul I have a formula for silencing noisy neighbors that works almost every time.
Discussion in ' suburban75 ' started by newmeNov 3, We have been in this house for just less than a month now, within two weeks we had a complaint, noise, which was made directly to the letting agent, nothing to us at all.
That was apparently our first warning, despite the fact no ones really had anything of any volume at all after 10pm as one person here works early shifts anyway, the let agreement specifically mentions that the noise shouldn't be audible outside the property after 11pm and before 7am, which it hasn't.
Any complaints would have been during the day, not breaking the tenants agreement in any way and frankly I struggle to see when that would even happen as none of us have ever had problems with this in the past. Letter said basically we figured you might have a house warming party having just moved in, please let neighbours know in advance in future if this is the case etc.
So figured right someones just being fussy, everyone more careful about volume, despite this being ridiculous. My room joins to next door who we are on good terms with and even offered us a spare fridge freezer, so figure it cant be them. Other side isn't even joined up, theres a good 3 metre gap between houses.
Where an older guy lives, but most likely the noise complaint since my brothers had music on in the day at times, possible with the window open now stopped. Then this morning there was another complaint, again non specific noise, with the addition of a complaint that a girl who apparently looked intoxicated was seen exiting the back of the property this morning, apparently only wrapped in a towel.
Which is interesting since only of 4 in the house, only 2 were in the house last night, only one is female and was asleep til nearly midday and the other is male and only left the house at 6am to take the rubbish out, dressed in a t-shirt and shorts, complete with short hair and a fairly prominent beard.
Person who complained apparently mentioned having young kids, which neither immediate neighbour has and no possible way any other neighbours could have a noise complaint in any way, other than one house round the front, which obviously cant see round the back. So now we are on our second warning, having done basically nothing, the letting agent has said one more and it goes to the landlord, who generally side with the neighbours and we could be evicted for having broken the rules of our tenancy, despite not having done so, as any noise wasn't between those hours, there was no drunk girl wandering about in a towel, and from what I remember of the agreement, no ban on wearing towels in or around the house.
Have had no run ins with neighbours whatsoever to have a clue as to what this was about but it seems someone has a grudge and our word means nothing, we only just moved into this damn house and really dont want to go somewhere else, especially with a bad and undeserved reference.
Especially on if the complaints continue regardless of fact and they say we have broken the tenancy agreement when we haven't.Schedule disruptions and give some warning We waited until our neighbours were out of town for the weekend before eliminating nighttime breastfeeding, which we rightly predicted would result in.
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Noisy neighbours advice (timberdesignmag.comdviceUK) submitted 1 they came around the following day after and gave a verbal warning. When it was at a friends house party, they came that night and gave a verbal warning. TV very loud, can't hear you knocking at the door. Could you write a letter and slip it under their door instead of knocking?.
Explain to the threatening party that you will be adding the sender’s letter or email to the CMLP Legal Threats Database--and do so! It often helps to ask someone you trust to review and edit your letter before you send it.
I am [your name], your neighbor, writing this letter to request you to please clean up your yard. This is a much respected community where all residents feel proud to live. You should understand that even a single yard in the community that is not well maintained, ruins the pleasing appearance of .
A tenant complaint letter is written by tenants to landlords. the content of the letter often expresses the problems a tenant is facing in the lease property, problems that haven’t been solved for too long or those ignored altogether.