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PARTY! We are all part of the community in which we live and we need to respect our neighbours. Noise works two ways. You don’t want to be kept up late when you’ve got an exam or a deadline approaching. Be considerate to those around you and they will do the same.

IF YOU DO HAVE A PARTY... Don’t shout about it on social media, you could end up with a bigger party than you had planned! Make sure you have enough room Agree what time it will finish and let your neighbours know and maybe invite them Keep the party to yourselves! Keep the windows closed and don’t take it into the street Clean up afterwards and ask your guests to leave quietly

NOISE When heading home from a night out, be quiet and considerate. After 11pm, make sure your TV and music volume is low or use headphones. Close windows and doors at night so noise doesn’t carry. Position speakers away from adjoining walls.

£5000 The amount you can be fined if you are persistently noisy. Your music equipment could also be seized, Liverpool City Council may prosecute you and you may be subject to action by your University.

BOOKING TAXIS Remember when you are ordering taxi's to your home address to ensure that the house still looks like its occupied when you have all left, don't advertise to the outside world that you are all leaving at the same time. Large numbers of taxi's coming and going throughout the night and sounding horns can be a nuisance to the surrounding neighbours.

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