We all like to think that we are really good neighbours,
but in reality some people are just better at being neighbourly than others. Being a good neighbour doesn’t have to mean that you are a curtain twitcher, looking out for any signs of movement and keeping notes of who is coming and going from all houses. That said, it’s good to be aware of what's happening around you and to remain vigilant.
Being a good neighbour also means that you should have a certain degree of tolerance – we are all different and people do like to let off steam in their own home. If you’re tolerant of your neighbours occasional transgression, such as un-mowed lawn, a loud party or car alarm, they will hopefully return the favour.
Do the quiz: Are You a Good Neighbour? Do the quiz: Are You a Good Neighbour?