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Hello. I am a lawyer with over 15 years experience. I will try to help you with this. YOu say you have sent the past 3 months trying to to sort out the porblem with the Council and the neighbour. How have you done this and what was the response? How did you espress your initial concerns about noise was it in writing or verbally?
My initial concerns of potential bathroom noise where expressed when the council planning dept contacted me prior to planning permission being granted on the extension (planning permission was not required for the relocation of the bathroom) I had no specific concerns about the extension itself but was very concerned about the relocation of the bathroom to adjacent to the party wall and this was by email vial their website. I then expressed the same concerns verbally with my neighbour who then told me at that time I wouldn't hear anything. Since last September when the potential bathroom noise became a reality I have been in contact over this matter with the council in a face to face meeting with the councillor at my home and by telephone, letter and email the the council offices.
I have already stated all this in my original enquiry
What are my legal rights?