Help with Neighbour Noise Problems in Surrey

help with neighbour noise in Surrey

Help with Neighbour Noise Problems in Surrey

It might be one of the most wooded and beautiful of all the Home Counties but, with a population of over 1 million, a large number of people ask for help with neighbour noise problems in Surrey. You would think that it’s large commuting community and busy workforce enjoy their break from the hustle and bustle after their daily slog along the overcrowded rail and busy motorway networks. Living in an area with the highest cost of living outside the capital one might also expect it’s occupants to enjoy a peaceful family and home life. Unfortunately though, the reality is that many thousands of people in Surrey suffer noise and nuisance issues.

There are eleven districts (or local authorities) making up the Home County of Surrey. These are:

  • Spelthorne
  • Runnymede
  • Surrey Heath
  • Woking
  • Elmbridge
  • Guildford
  • Waverley
  • Mole Valley
  • Epsom and Ewell
  • Reigate and Banstead
  • Tandridge

Each one of these districts are served by our environmental health noise nuisance service. If you are based in Surrey and are suffering from a noise pollution or neighbour nuisance issue then you can use our Knowledge Base resource to help you tackle any noise problem you may have.

If you are located in one of Surrey’s towns and villages you are more likely to suffer from a noise issue as the population density in Surrey is quite high (meaning that people live in close proximity to each other). Those people may also experience problems with commercial or licensed premises. However, noise can be a problem for those living in the rural parts of Surrey too.

Do you have a noise issue? If so, check out this information from Noisenuisance.org.

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