Neighbours arguing/shouting

We would not usually consider this to be antisocial behaviour.

  • You may want to have a friendly word with your neighbour as they may not be aware you can hear them. We’ve put together some tips to help you resolve problems with neighbours. You can also download our Dear Neighbour cards.
  • Read our top tips for reducing noise in the home to minimise disturbance to neighbours.
  • If the situation has not improved, mediation might be of help to you. It’s an informal, confidential and independent service available to help neighbours sort out their differences and reach an agreement. They can help you and your neighbour(s) understand each other’s point of view and reach a solution.  Please ask and we will refer you.
  • If the behaviour is persistent (continuous periods lasting over 30 minutes a day for at least 5 days within one week) and you do not feel safe approaching your neighbour, or you have tried and the situation has not improved please fill in our ASB online reporting form and incident recording diaries.

If you have concerns about the welfare of an adult or child in the household, you should contact Manchester Social Services and/or the Police.