Leaseholder neighbour has breached terms of his tenancy; who to enforce?

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    Leaseholder neighbour has breached terms of his tenancy; who to enforce?

    My upstair's neighbour's lease requires him to provide "carpets, or such other suitable floor coverings" and also has a "nuisance" clause. He has had his flat tiled. I am now being driven nuts by noise from above: something as innocent as a chair being moved is torturing me, and so far as I can see, the tenant is just living his life.

    Both parties are leaseholders with a shared ownership housing association being the freeholder. There is also the added complication that the owner has sublet the flat, and there's a tenant in there. Every movement results in impact noise transmission, and I'm going round the bend.

    Does anyone know how I can get the terms of my neighbour's lease enforced? Legally, who, or what, can compel my tenant to remove the tiles again?

    Any insights would be truly welcomed!

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    you complain to the housing association, that upstairs is in breach of the lease, and you look forward to them enforcing the lease , which they a legally required to do ( incude the legaly bit ) and please advise when this incumberance will cease.

    This post should be in the leasehold section

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