1. Consider your neighbours
    If you regularly have visitors, please remember that your neighbours might be able to hear your music and conversations sometimes. Although this doesn't mean that you shouldn’t have visitors, it does mean that you should show them some consideration.
  2. Keep the noise down
    You probably like to have your windows open when the weather's good. Music and other sounds can carry easily on clear, sunny days. Bear this in mind and keep the volume of your music down and other sounds too. This will ensure that everyone can enjoy the great weather.
  3. Having a party? Let your neighbours know
    If you decide to have a party, it's a good idea to discuss it with your neighbours first. For example, make agreements about how long the party will last. This is the best way to avoid irritation. Make sure that you say goodbye to your visitors inside and not in the stairwell or outside on the pavement.


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