Duncan Lewis’ property law director Manjinder Kaur Atwal has been featured in the Guardian an article looking at the pressing issue of noise pollution affecting tenants.
The article highlights the distressing experiences of individuals facing disruptive neighbours and explores the real impact of noise on mental health and well-being.
Manjinder told the newspaper that the team has seen a “concerning” rise in the number of noise complaints.
The experienced director emphasises the legal recourse available to those suffering from noise disturbances, including compliance checks on noise policies and obtaining mandatory orders to mitigate the issue.
For those facing disturbances, she advises seeking urgent legal help. Lawyers can ensure that housing agencies adhere to their noise policies and, if needed, obtain mandatory orders compelling landlords to implement noise mitigation measures.
Duncan Lewis Solicitors continues to provide vital support and guidance to individuals trapped in distressing situations, empowering them to regain control over their living environments.
Manjinder is a highly skilled director of housing/property litigation at Duncan Lewis Solicitors, boasting more than 15 years of extensive experience in housing and property litigation law. In her role, she handles a diverse range of housing and property law dispute cases, encompassing possession claims, eviction matters, landlord and tenant disputes, homelessness issues, housing disrepair, judicial review proceedings, local authority housing decisions, injunctions, boundary disputes, property nuisance/negligence claims, consumer and contractual matters, as well as debt recovery and enforcement.
With a steadfast dedication to her clients, Manjinder is renowned for her determination to secure the best possible outcomes. She has earned a reputation for taking on challenging cases that others may consider unwinnable, yet she consistently achieves excellent results for her clients.
If you are affected by noise, or any other housing issue, contact Manjinder via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone on 020 3114 1269.
Our housing team, ranked and recommended by The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners UK for its services nationwide to social tenants across London, provides guidance for landlords and tenants on all housing issues. We are highly experienced at finding solutions to your housing issues and aim to address cases quickly and effectively.
Read the full article in the Guardian at Noisy Neighbour Distress Article.