How to have a responsible bonfire and reduce the risk of causing a smoke nuisance.
Advice on how to reduce dust levels and prevent it from becoming a statutory nuisance.
What is light pollution, how it can cause a statutory nuisance and what can be done about it .
An odour nuisance is a smell which is so offensive and prolonged that it significantly interferes with the enjoyment and use of the affected property.
Private action in a Magistrates’ Court may be a way to resolve a nuisance that cannot be resolved informally or one we cannot establish as a statutory nuisance.
How we investigate reports of a nuisance and asses whether it meets the legal definition of a statutory nuisance
Problems with smoke, fumes, gases, dust, steam, smell, offensive accumulation or deposits, keeping animals and noise can all be statutory nuisances.