Next door neighbour hell

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I am having a massive problem with my next door neighbour. She was playing music really loudly during the lockdown during ungodly hours in the morning. I banged the wall once and she started ranting about how much she hated me blah blah.. A month after, I got a soundbar and it was a little loud after, but it was on Saturday afternoon and she started banging the wall. I then called the police to do a check as every single morning she would hurl abuse at her kid. They came and left and she ranted again at 6am in the following morning about how she hated me..

Now she is hammering something into the wall at 7am in the mornig. When i grounded she was I can do what i ****ing like . Dont know what to do as its now EVERY SINGLE MORNING there is something to new to wake me up
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Anonymous #1
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If anyone cal help that would be great... I am really stumped
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baby.bear
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this is what the government advise you to do regarding neighbour disputes.

https://www.gov.uk/how-to-resolve-neighbour-disputes
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is there anything else I can do and do you think she's in the wrong
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is there anything else I can do and do you think she's in the wrong
partly but I think you could handle things better too.

you say she was playing music too loud, so in response you played music loudly too? that’s just stooping down to her level. even if it’s a Saturday afternoon, if she can hear the music through the walls, then the music is too loud. neither one of you should be blasting music no matter what time it is.
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is there anything else I can do and do you think she's in the wrong
You both sound kinda bad neighbours, thumping on walls is considered a pretty hostile way to communicate, (it would bring me straight to the front door anyway). However inconsiderate the neighbour might have been you've retaliated and trying to get them arrested prob puts the relationship beyond salvage.

Best move out.
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(Original post by baby.bear)
partly but I think you could handle things better too.

you say she was playing music too loud, so in response you played music loudly too? that’s just stooping down to her level. even if it’s a Saturday afternoon, if she can hear the music through the walls, then the music is too loud. neither one of you should be blasting music no matter what time it is.
I know and i have admitted to that.. to be fair it was the Lion King and not loud music but I get your point.. I keep things very quiet now and don’t retaliate but its getting very hard
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I know and i have admitted to that.. to be fair it was the Lion King and not loud music but I get your point.. I keep things very quiet now and don’t retaliate but its getting very hard
follow the steps on the website provided earlier. avoid massive confrontation and just carry on with daily life. the only way to drastically resolve the issue is to move house really. if you’re both mature adults, you should be able to sort this out
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(Original post by StriderHort)
You both sound kinda bad neighbours, thumping on walls is considered a pretty hostile way to communicate, (it would bring me straight to the front door anyway). However inconsiderate the neighbour might have been you've retaliated and trying to get them arrested prob puts the relationship beyond salvage.

Best move out.
The problem is i own the property. Hers is a council house and during this recession its probs not a great idea to sell out...i banged once, and now I don’t do it anymore. It was stupid of me. I called the police because i was worried about her kid.
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[QUOTE=baby.bear;92309130]follow the steps on the website provided earlier. avoid massive confrontation and just carry on with daily life. the only way to drastically resolve the issue is to move house really. if you’re both mature adults, you should be able to sort this out [/QUOTE
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follow the steps on the website provided earlier. avoid massive confrontation and just carry on with daily life. the only way to drastically resolve the issue is to move house really. if you’re both mature adults, you should be able to sort this out
Thanks. You’re right. I can’t move out. I own the house and the recession has killed the housing market. She is a council house property though so maybe the council might not be too happy to hear about her behaviour. She also has guests over during the lockadown and smokes weed
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Anonymous #1
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What a mess I have gotten myself into
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Thanks. You’re right. I can’t move out. I own the house and the recession has killed the housing market. She is a council house property though so maybe the council might not be too happy to hear about her behaviour. She also has guests over during the lockadown and smokes weed
there are separate routes to take if you want to report your neighbour for breaking lockdown rules. be aware this will make things worse and escalate the situation though.
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I don’t really need to know what to do anymore
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She is such a loser — if anyone i could put on on mute it would be her..
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I am an idiot i know
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(Original post by baby.bear)
there are separate routes to take if you want to report your neighbour for breaking lockdown rules. be aware this will make things worse and escalate the situation though.
is there anything I can do about her
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(Original post by StriderHort)
You both sound kinda bad neighbours, thumping on walls is considered a pretty hostile way to communicate, (it would bring me straight to the front door anyway). However inconsiderate the neighbour might have been you've retaliated and trying to get them arrested prob puts the relationship beyond salvage.

Best move out.
I don't think I'm an idiot but I don't really know what to do anymore
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How long has your neighbour lived in the property that she currently occupies?
Is she working or on furlough?
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(Original post by londonmyst)
How long has your neighbour lived in the property that she currently occupies?
Is she working or on furlough?
she's been living lessons 2013. I moved in 2019. she's unemployed and her is a council house
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(Original post by londonmyst)
How long has your neighbour lived in the property that she currently occupies?
Is she working or on furlough?
good point
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