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Useful information A few things to bear in mind in order to make the court a happy place to live The court manager will let you know any general guidelines in place on your court in order to ensure that it remains a safe and secure place for communal living. We all prefer to have considerate neighbours and avoid too much noise. Please try not to bang doors and place televisions and music away from shared walls if possible. Special equipment can help those who are hard of hearing. If there is a problem let your neighbour know in a friendly and sensitive way what the problem is. If the situation continues please inform the court manager who will try to find a solution. See section on anti-social behaviour for further details. Litter and untidy bin areas are unpleasant and may become a health hazard. Please keep bin areas clean and tidy. Your court manager will be able to advise you about disposal of large household items. R E S I D E N T S H A N D B O O K 1 5 Useful information Useful information