Not sure he knew about the extensive work however, he knew that the house was been sold. I rented the maisonette in May this year and I started noticing the disturbance in at the end of August to present.
Yes the flat just below me.
Yes the flat directly under me.
No it doesn't belong to my landlord. The only property owned by my landlord is the one that I am currently living in.
Yes and the associated impact that it has and still causing me including anxiety/stress, lack of focus on work, son's study is impacted. I have also seen my gp who gave me some prescriptions and advice to resolve the situation as I can't be on the prescription for long.
In addition, I have had to leave the house on my days off work because I can't withstand the disturbance. Had series of headaches hence the visit to the gp.
He asked the agent to contact me see if I can make up with the disturbing neighbhour as the cost of leaving will cost me. I am in 2 yr assured shorthold tenancy with no break clause. There is only a surrender tenancy by tenant clause and it is not clear what that entails on 'reasonable costs associated with re-letting'. The property is currently managed by the landlord. When I asked what does 'reasonable costs' mean, he responded via his wife that they are seeking legal advise. And I am waiting for his response as I seek legal advise too.
Does this include any paying for rent until the land has found someone? Not sure if this is reason, appreciate if you can clarify. Thanks