Firstly, it’s worth checking the terms of your lease, particularly if the problem relates to noise, pets, parking, decoration, communal spaces or other day-to-day things. There might be a specific clause in the lease that relates to the issue, so it’s worth being clear on the facts.
Good communication is often the simple key to avoiding a nasty neighbourly dispute, so if it’s safe to do so, you can try and have a friendly chat with the resident in question to explain what is bothering you. (Often, people aren’t aware they’re causing a nuisance). However, if you don’t feel this is possible, or the resident in question is showing any signs of aggressive, dangerous or illegal behaviour, then please seek professional help.
If we manage your block, please raise the issue with your Property Manager. You can find our contact details here >
You can also call the police and/or the local authorities if the issue is serious, ongoing or threatens your health and safety or that of other residents.
For more info about dealing with neighbour disputes, click here >