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Noise Complaints from leaseholder below

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Jonny Davie asked 2 months ago

Hi people, just after a bit of advice please. My BP and I own a tenanted 1st floor flat in London. We are the freeholders for the building. The previous leaseholder downstairs sold her flat 18 months ago and ever since she moved in the new leaseholder has been complaining about noise issues coming from the flat above. From my understanding the noises in question are just general movements, moving chairs, walking around etc. Certainly not excessive noise. It definitely seems as if it needs addressing although the previous lady lived there for 20 years without taking any action. I would just like to gaugue opinion on what kind of contribution to what will be very expensive soundproofing (if any) should be made by us? I’ll add that our tenants, who are great and we’re keen to keep them happy, have no complaints about noise coming from below. The issue is the leaseholder bangs on the ceiling and has apparently started shouting aggresively towards them. Thanks very much in advance.

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Marc Attwater Staff answered 2 months ago

Speak to local council envorinmental officer. See if grants are avialable for the work required.

https://www.insulationexpress.co.uk/guides/acoustic-insulation/how-to-soundproof-an-apartment/

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