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I am sorry to hear what you are going through. If your neighbour continues to play loud music it may be considered as a nuisance. For the noise to count as a statutory nuisance it must do one of the following:
It seems to me that you would meet both of the above conditions. In these circumstance therefore, you would report it to the council. The council would then serve a noise abatement notice. This requires whoever is responsible to stop or restrict the noise.
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Who are you renting from? Is this a private landlord or the council?
You would then be able to claim against the landlord personally if your physical or mental health is affected by the nuisance.The amount you would be awarded would depend largely on how you were affected and for how long.
You can also claim for:
In order to substantiate your claim you should ensure you have your sick notes or hospital reports that show how your health has been affected.
I am unable to do an assessment here, as there are other factors that are taken into account in determining what you would be entitled to claim. You would have to make the claim in the small claims court. Any cost incurred by bringing the claim, you could ask to be reimbursed.