No one wants a nuisance neighbour, but if you have one, here's what you can do.
Keep a Diary
At the first sign of any trouble from your neighbour or members or the local community, no matter how petty it might seem, always start a diary of all incidents, times and dates - make this as detailed as you can. This is vital if the situation gets worse and will give you some proof of events (You can use our generic blank form for this purpose at nfh.org.uk).
Try and approach your Neighbour for a 'friendly chat' about the problem if it's safe to do so. Try hard to keep it light hearted and friendly. It may be that there is a situation you are unaware of and this could clear the air between you. Remember, that sometimes people aren't aware of any distress or disturbance they may be causing you. If you can't or don't want to approach your neighbour in person, try writing to them and outlining your concerns instead (NFHiB has a free neighbour template letter you may use or adapt).
Communication breakdowns often lead to further misery and can make the situation a lot worse. A friendly approach can often work wonders, sometimes it is good to talk!
A misunderstanding that might not be evident could lead to worse problems. Remember too that some neighbour's are just oblivious to other people's needs and have little respect for these no matter what you say or do, you are only human, and you can only try so much. If this is the case then you need to get specialist help/advice as soon as possible.