Do they take drugs at these parties? Is there a sad smell in the air, like a mixture of parley, sage, rosemary and dogshit? The police might be more likely to come out if there are drugs, especially if there are children around too.
No you can't sue just because you don't like the "noise". It's not America.
Is it just 'noisy'? A drum kit in the garden is quite a lot, at 2am!No you can't sue just because you don't like the "noise". It's not America.
It has to be a nuisance, and not just something you don't like. It's a house doors away, and on the face of it its just a few social gatherings, and a chicken. The question would be if it was an actual nuisance, "Why has no-one else complained and why haven't the council done something about it under their powers?"
this is the key, if two or three can complain independently - you will get action.You’re not going to get much action during lockdown. You need to work with your neighbours to coordinate the complaints. The council can ignore one but not a bunch.
there are legal options but you are much better getting the police and council to act than trying to get injunctions and damages.
Don't get me wrong. AFAIK , these guys have been staying in those properties since Thatcher's £1 a house or whatever it was . Even though they don't tend to their houses, they are much more civil than Mr.X who owns his house.Because
I think I'm right in saying that if you start making too much of a fuss when you do move you will be asked to disclose and letters you have sent (or have actioned others to be sent) to your neighbour.
It's c##p I know (believe me I do know) but I would wait it out and move once lockdown is over.