How do I block my neighbors lights?

How do I block my neighbors lights?

How do I block my neighbors lights?

Tarps is the way to go, inexpense, large, light, and thick enough to block out light. If you go this route sometimes tarps have a silver backing on one side and a color like blue on the other side. You would need to hang the color side toward the observing side of your yard.

How much compensation do you get for right to light?

The amount of compensation due to any home owner affected by loss of light depends on the facts of each case. Compensation can range from a few thousand pounds to tens of thousands of pounds depending on the level of the infringement of light.

What happens if you complain about your neighbour?

You might have to pay for a mediator. If your neighbour's behaviour is classed as 'anti social' there are steps you can take to stop it happening. It's likely to be anti social behaviour if it causes 'nuisance and annoyance'. This could be, for example, if they:

What should I do about my Neighbor's bad lighting?

Ask them to move the light, shield it, or add a motion sensor so it’s activated only when needed. Offer to help get this done. Be informative. Talking to your neighbor is an great opportunity to be an advocate for good lighting. There are many reasons to use dark sky friendly lighting. Read up on the issues regarding light pollution.

What should I do if my Neighbour is noisy?

If your neighbour is noisy or stops you feeling comfortable, try to discuss it with them if you can. If that doesn’t work there are other ways you can ask them to stop, for example by reporting them to the council. Contact the police if you think your neighbour has broken the law - for example,...

What should I do if my Neighbour is threatening me?

If that doesn’t work there are other ways you can ask them to stop, for example by reporting them to the council. Contact the police if you think your neighbour has broken the law - for example, they’ve been violent or threatening. Call 999 if the crime is still happening or 101 to report a crime later.


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