Noise and nuisance
The steps you can take to resolve a problem with noise or nuisance
Information on common noise complaints including air conditioning units and noisy neighbours with details on how the Council takes action.
Legislation covering noise and nuisance including Defining Statutory Nuisance and a list of Statutory Nuisances.
How can you avoid being a nuisance and stop noise problems arising with your neighbours. Here's a list of some of the most common complaints received by the Council and some tips on how you can avoid being a nusiance.
Information on how to resolve a noise or nuisance problem, including advice for builders and the law.
Advice from the noise and nuisance team on how you can help resolve a problem
How to refer a complaint to the Noise and Nuisance Team, and what to expect.
About the Royal Borough's Noise and Nuisance Service. What standards you can expect, and how to make a complaint.
If you have been disturbed by noise and have been unable to resolve the problem, either informally or through the noise team, then you may want to take further action.
With over 10,000 noise and nuisance complaints being directed to the Council, here's some background details on noise and noise levels.
Guidance about the steps that developers and builders should take to make sure that building sites follow best practice.
Information for residents experiencing disruption caused by building works.
How busking is controlled in Kensington and Chelsea.