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    I used to weekly in my old house. Some you g people rented up the street from us and used to party every sat night. Raging music, coloured lights everywhere and drunk people wandering around all night long.

    It was a happy day Coming home seeing a police car and locksmith there. (evicted)

    But yes- if it's after midnight and I can't sleep because of your noise, I will call. I figure I can't be the only one their noise is keeping awake, so I'm doing a community service

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    If it was a once off thing, no I wouldn't. We have lived here for over 3 years and have only had one major party for my husbands 40th. I would of been a bit peeved if someone had called the police on us.

    However, if it was a regular occurrence, I probably would.

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    I would do nothing if it was a once off. I kind of think if you live in suburbia it's part of the package and you just have to suck it up.

    If it happened regularly I would probably make a complaint if asking them to perhaps turn it down a bit wasnt getting me anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmoduckus View Post
    If it was a once off thing, no I wouldn't. We have lived here for over 3 years and have only had one major party for my husbands 40th. I would of been a bit peeved if someone had called the police on us.

    However, if it was a regular occurrence, I probably would.
    I can't imagine you having doof doof music lol Not very casino....

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    What if its not music but loud talking, yahhooing and loud laughing through the early hours of the morning. My bedroom backs onto next doors patio and Im over it every weekend

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    Yes i have but that was because they migrated to sit in tue gutter outside my house drinking and talking really loud and kept waking DS and i wasnt well. Once the police came they turned their music up louder on purpose too.

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    It's happened once in the three years I've lived at my house so no, I wouldn't if it was another once off.

    My parents used to live in a house that backed onto a backpackers share house - the balcony looked over their courtyard and was meters away from their bedroom windows. Because they were backpackers they worked odd hours (or not at all) and were often out on the balcony singing and yelling drunkenly at 3am on a Tuesday. Also the tenants regularly changed, so the ones who had been told to keep it down would move out and a new set would move in every month and it would start all over again! My parents (and other neighbours) were in regular contact with the council and police about it, as it was so relentless and difficult.

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    I just ignore it. That could be because I was one of those neighbors throwing parties and pumping my doof doof music. If anyone complained I would have turned it down but I grew up in a area where no one cared.

    I don't have that problem now because I live on land so can do whatever I want and not annoy anyone.

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    I've called once - some people rented the house two down from us & had loud parties every weekend. Eventually I got sick of it & called - it was particularly bad that night as it went on after midnight, I had to work the next day & they were also outside screaming & yahooing as well as the doof-doof music shaking our windows.

    The cops didn't even bother coming...........

    So it's probably a waste of time calling.

    Eventually we spoke to the mother (I believe she is renting the place out to her kids & his friends) & they haven't had a loud party since.

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    If it is a regular occurrence then yes, but if it was a one off then no.


 

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