Letter to neighbour about noise complaint
Dear Mr. Ahmed,
I am writing to you on a matter for which I beg your pardon at the outset. My little daughter is suffering from typhoid. And though the case is not serious yet, the doctor is not sure what turn it may take. He has advised us not to do anything that may irritate her. However, it has been noticed that she cannot tolerate high noise. At night even the slightest sound disturbs her sleep. And she has been without sleep for the last three nights for the music played at your house.
I understand that every individual has a right to have a recreation, but I’ll appreciate it if you lower the volume of your music system, so that my ailing child can get some much-needed sleep.
Thanking you in anticipation,
[Reply to the above letter]
Dear Mr. Mondal,
I honestly regret the inconvenience that we have put you to, as I did not know about your daughter’s illness.
I have come to this neighbourhood recently and do not know most of my neighbours personally.
I would like to assure you that my noise music won’t disturb your daughter or the other neighbours any more. I usually listen to my Walkman at night, but I had to play the tape-deck these last few days since I had lost my earphones when shifting.
I hope your daughter will recover soon. Please let me know if I can be of some help to you in any way.
With apologies and regards,