If you are unable to live with your neighbours you may have to move house. If you have been evicted from your home because of antisocial behaviour it can be difficult to find a new place to live.
Contact a local advice agency if you are having difficulty finding new accommodation. An adviser may be able to help you work out your options.
I am moving to get away from antisocial neighbours
Moving house can be an unrealistic option for many people. If you own your home and wish to move because of issues with your neighbours you must be careful that you don't mislead prospective buyers about the problems you have had.
You could be sued by the new buyers if you don't tell the truth when asked about relationships with your neighbours.
I have been evicted because of antisocial behaviour
It is difficult to find somewhere to live if you or someone you live with has been evicted because of antisocial behaviour. You will be automatically excluded from the waiting list for Housing Executive or housing association accommodation for two years.
If you apply for help from the Housing Executive as a homeless person your application may be turned down because you are ineligible for assistance. If this happens contact Housing Rights Service immediately on 028 9024 5640.
Some private landlords will ask for references from previous landlords before renting out their accommodation. It can be difficult to get private rented accommodation if you have previously been evicted for antisocial behaviour.