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Sometimes my neighbours come round to tell me they’re having a party and it might be “a bit noisy”. They play loud music through the night, and tell me that as long as they warn me beforehand they can make as much noise as they like for as long as they like. Is this true?

No! However it should be said that courteous neighbours are hard to find, and if they hold parties infrequently you may think it’s worth the occasional disturbance for a quiet life the rest of the year. There are a number of things you can do if you’re set on stopping the noise, including calling the police and the council’s Environmental Health department. You can apply to the magistrates’ court for a noise abatement order too, but it’s cheaper to get the council to act on your behalf.

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