Shared Living

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Your responsibility

Your responsibility as a tenant is to ensure that your rent is paid on time, that you look after the property, including any garden areas and to think about your actions and how your behaviour affects your neighbours.

Some guidelines are:

  • Do not play loud music, put your television on loudly or turn up the volume on your games consoles late at night. Be considerate all the time and if necessary close your windows or wear ear-phones
  • Avoid slamming doors and banging up the stairs particularly at night, please remember your neighbours and their families may be asleep
    Where possible avoid noisy household chores such as; using the washing machine, hoovering or any DIY at unreasonable hours. If you have no alternative then let your neighbours know
  • If you or anyone in your flat/house has a party, don't let it get out of hand. If the noise is excessive or goes on into the early hours your neighbours may have a reason to complain about you
  • Keep the main security and internal fire doors closed. They are there to keep you, the property and your belongings safe
  • Please do not block any of the communal areas with your personal possessions or they may be removed. This includes bicycles, prams and buggies etc. We will pass on all the removal/storage charges to you
  • The communal areas including the car parks are not play areas. Please do not let your children play there because they can be dangerous places for unsupervised children
  • Do not smoke in the communal areas. Go outside and please dispose of your cigarette butts responsibly
  • Dispose of your rubbish correctly either in the household waste or recycling bins provided
  • No bottle gas or paraffin heaters are allowed. These are health and safety risk and they also produce a lot of moisture which can add to problems with condensation


Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is "acting in a manner that caused or was likely to cause harassment, alarm and distress to one or more persons not of the same household". This includes acts such as criminal damage, alcohol & drug misuse, neighbour disputes, intimidation, noise, racial abuse and harassment. For further information on Anti-social behaviour please click here.

If you experience any problems yourself please speak to our Maintenance Team on telephone number 01202 541 512 to discuss what you can do for yourself or what action we may be able to take on your behalf.

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