Be a good neighbour this Halloween
With spooky season right around the corner, LJMU is reminding all students some simple ways to be a good neighbour, if you are celebrating Halloween.
Whether you are a student living in halls or within the community, it's important to be considerate of those around you.
Simple ways to do this are:
Keep noise ‘reasonable’ - avoid loud music, raised voices or slamming doors, especially at night
Be considerate – Be aware of your surroundings, of any antisocial behaviour and don’t dump rubbish
Be mindful of young children – Remember around this time of year lots of children will be taking part in Halloween festivities, be mindful of language used around them, or scaring them.
Keep yourself and your friends safe
With any evening out in the city, we encourage you to look out for yourself and your friends.
Our Student Advice and Wellbeing team has lots of tips on how to stay safe
Liverpool City Council also has advice on getting a taxi in the city and your rights as a passenger
If you have a noise or anti-social behaviour complaint about other neighbours living in your community, you can make a complaint, or find out more on the Liverpool Student Homes webpage.
Remember that as a student you need to adhere to our Student Code of Behaviour and Disciplinary Procedures.