Before you consider formally reporting a problem to the Council, we recommend you try to talk to the person responsible for causing the problem. They might not realise they're causing a problem and often, writing a little note or having a quick chat can resolve the problem much more quickly and in a more friendly and less confrontational way.
It’s worth being aware that when the Council gets involved, this can sometimes make things worse, as people don’t always take kindly to being complained about to the Council. It’s also important to note that a Council investigation can take several weeks, or even months, to complete and investigations can potentially end up in court where you may need to be a witness.
Further information on what steps you can follow to resolve a neighbour dispute can be found via the government website https://www.gov.uk/how-to-resolve-neighbour-disputes
If this doesn't sort out the problem, or you can't talk to the person, contact us as we might be able to help.