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I have not reported to the Police just to the managing agent of the property.
You should report this to the Police if he rings your bell etc.
This is harassment. The Police can warn the person to stop and if they refuse or do not then they can be prosecuted.
The Police can even seek an injunction preventing any contact
As for noise you should report this to the Council. They have a duty to investigate noise nuisance.
The council will install noise equipment to see if there is noise.
If they install equipment and there is noise, they can serve a notice for them to stop.
Again if he does not then they can prosecute.
So report to the Police and Council
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
As freeholder can I issue notice to leave?
If the tenant is in breach of the lease obligations then yes
If there is an agreement such as not to cause noise or annoyance then you can
Does that help?
Having previously worked for an anti social behaviour team for a local council, they do not give noise machines to private tenants as they have a limited number constantly required by private tenants.
But as you know they have a duty under the Environment Protection Act to investigate
Whilst we are online you have asked a number of questions on other threads and not yet rated.
May I ask you to do that now please?
Otherwise the site doesnt credit me for my time.