Can I complain about a Neighbour’s bonfire?
Complain about a neighbour’s bonfire
Your council has a responsibility to investigate complaints of smoke and fumes that could be a ‘statutory nuisance’. They can issue an ‘abatement notice’ if a neighbour’s bonfire is causing a nuisance.
How do I complain about a bonfire?
To report a nuisance arising from a bonfire, contact the Environmental Health Service on telephone 020 8359 7995 or email nuisance@Barnet.gov.uk . Include your address and telephone number as well as details of the premises where the bonfire is located.
Can you report someone having a bonfire?
You can use this form to report a nuisance bonfire. We can take action if we are satisfied that the bonfire is causing a statutory nuisance to neighbouring properties. … If the bonfire is a ‘one off’ it is unlikely any formal action will be taken, but an advisory letter will often be sent instead.
Can I stop my Neighbour having a bonfire?
There are no by-laws specifically banning or controlling bonfires. However frequent bonfires can cause a nuisance to neighbours.
What is the law on garden bonfires?
You must make sure that the smoke from your bonfire doesn’t blow across a road and so cause danger to the traffic on it. You don’t burn anything that could cause pollution or harm to public health. That rules out burning anything like plastic, rubber, old engine oil, and anything else that might produce poisonous fumes …
What time can you legally have a fire in your garden?
Contrary to some belief there are no restrictions on the time of day, or day of the week that someone can have a fire. Generally speaking if you live in a domestic property and are burning domestic or garden waste then you can have a fire whenever you like.