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Information for Residents

Information for Residents'

To report an incident of antisocial behaviour, including noise, in the first instance you should report it to the

Belfast City Council Noise Team

(Night-time noise team operate from 20:00hrs – 04:00hrs) 

028 9037 3006 



101 or in an emergency, you should always phone the Police on 999.

If you suspect that the property is a student residence then you should also report this to the Universities alongside the other outside agencies noted below

Queen’s University Neighbourhood Engagement Team works closely with the teaching colleges of Stranmillis and St Mary’s as well as Belfast Metropolitan College.

The team investigates complaints on their behalf to give advice to their students on community living and report issues of concern to the respective college.

The University takes complaints of student misconduct seriously and we investigate all complaints reported to us. Please provide as much detail as possible, including the time of any disturbance and impact on you.

Further Contact Details 

Queen's University Belfast

Contact: Dee Corbett
Neighbourhood Engagement Manager

Telephone: 028 9097 3758 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday)
Hotline (out of hours): 028 9097 5219

Ulster University

Contact: Una Calvert
Community Relations Coordinator

Telephone: 028 9036 8527

Belfast City Council

Night Time Noise team operate from 20:00hrs - 04:00hrs

Telephone: 028 9037 3006

Antisocial Behaviour

Telephone: 028 9027 0469

Belfast City Council HMO Office

Houses in Multiple Occupancy Office

You can report a HMO or landlord to if you believe a property is not licensed or you suspect they may not comply with the legislation.

  • Reporting antisocial behaviour

You can report incidents of antisocial behaviour inside a HMO property or within the garden or yard area of a HMO by emailing

Read more about antisocial behaviour.


Police should be contacted on 101 or 999 in an emergency

Police have set up an email address to deal with Belfast student related enquiries:

Please note that the email address is not a method of reporting crime.