Case Studies

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Neighbourly Issues

Two sets of neighbours had moved into the same street in their neighbourhood at around the same time. They established a positive relationship However, the situation changed for the worse…

Boundary Dispute

Arthur was planting some spring bulbs along the border of his property to the left when his neighbour, Ruth, on that side of the boundary came out. There was a boundary dispute and although it was only a matter of a few centimetres, neither one just wanted to ‘let the other one have it’.

Noise Dispute

Two sets of neighbours had moved into the same street in their neighbourhood at around the same time. They established a positive relationship However, the situation changed for the worse…

Parking

Two sets of neighbours had moved into the same street in their neighbourhood at around the same time. They established a positive relationship However, the situation changed for the worse…

How to be a good neighbour

Ashford Mediation Service offers a free mediation service to residents if problems arise between neighbours. But it is better to avoid problems developing in the first place – below are some of the most common problems our mediators encounter in neighbour disputes. 1. Noise Remember walls are often thin and garden fences do not stopContinue reading “How to be a good neighbour”

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