This can be defined as “an action likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress or behaviour which prevents others from enjoying an acceptable quality of life”. Tenants should ensure that nothing that they or their visitors do will interfere with other occupants within the house or the neighbourhood.

The result of anti-social behaviour on the part of a tenant and/or any of their visitors could include eviction and if there is excessive noise you could be referred to the Local Authority’s Noise Pollution Team, who could serve notice, prosecute or even fine you up to £5,000. They could even seize your equipment permanently.

All out of hours noise complaints for car and property alarms can be made direct to your local council.