Your neighbourhood

We want all our residents to be able to enjoy a peaceful and pleasant local area.

To achieve this, we rely on you to be considerate and tolerant towards your neighbours. The way you use your home, the shared areas and your garden, and the way you control your pets and keep noise down, are all very important in getting on with your neighbours and abiding by your tenancy agreement. 

Graffiti, fly-tipping and abandoned cars
Anti-Social Behavior
Estate Inspections

What you can do



  • If you live in a flat, lay carpet rather than laminate flooring
  • Keep TV or sound systems at a reasonable sound level and do not play these late at night or early in the morning. Place your speakers on stands, not directly on the floor.
  • If you are having a party, speak to your neighbours about it first and try to accommodate their needs or wishes
  • Keep your dog under control and don’t let it disturb your neighbours by barking persistently or fouling paths, gardens or verges.

Shared areas

Please keep shared areas clean and tidy – don’t leave rubbish or equipment lying around. Items that block pathways, hallways, landings or entrances can cause a health and safety issue.