Before you make a formal report of a noise nuisance, you should try to discuss and resolve the matter with the person responsible for the noise.
If you can't resolve the issue then you should contact us.
To complete this form you will need:
- your name, address and contact details
- a description of the noise and where it comes from
We do not investigate anonymous complaints, so need your details to pursue any reported incidents.
To investigate the noise nuisance we need you to keep track of when the nuisance occurs.
You can do this by filling in a diary sheet for a period of time.
Once the diary sheets have enough information, we can install recording equipment to gather evidence.
- playing loud music
- playing of musical instruments
- loud TV
- parties and BBQs
- building works
- barking dogs
- intruder alarms
- banging on walls, loud shouting, etc.
- occasional dog barking
- babies crying
- children playing
- moving furniture
- normal use of domestic appliances
Aircraft and road traffic noise
If you want to report aircraft traffic noise you will need to contact the Civil Aviation Authorities.