To expect my upstairs neighbour to be quiet
StressedOutred · 20/06/2015 18:54
I had this problem with another woman who lived upstairs now I'm going through the same thing, when the property was vacant it was the best time.
I'm a pensioner and a young woman moved in upstairs, she makes a lot of noise.
Last week she was moving furniture at around 12pm, I knocked and she ignored me.
Earlier she was sanding for about half hour and I knocked on her door to ask her to stop and she slammed the door in my face. It was 2pm but why should she be sanding for so long on a Saturday!
She has her tv on until about 11pm nearly every night, I banged on the wall and I slam doors but she ignores me.
usually she never answers the door, in fact the above incident was the first time she answered the door when I felt she was making to much noise.
she has now resulted in stomping around, I could hear her walking but I'm assuming she has now taken off her slippers because I can hear her heels hitting the floor.
She has got more inconsiderate just because I complained to her.
I got so pissed off I started slamming doors because it's really stressing me out.
I met her when she first moved in and told her not to play loud music and get a thick carpet because I had issues with the last woman, she seemed okay with it.
I have lived here 25years and whilst this social housing i am a pensioner and she should naturally respect my wishes and the fact I was here first.
How do I deal with this?
The landlord has said it is 'normal living noise' but I beg to differ. It is within the afternoon most of her noise but that doesn't give her a right to irritate me. Aibu?
TerryTheGreenHorse · 20/06/2015 19:17
Well reverse or not I had similar fucking ridiculous complaints from a hectoring downstairs neighbour and called noise at the council to report my own self and save her a job and they told me they will do absolutely nothing about the daily noises of everyday living.
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