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We all have neighbours some more friendly than others, but problems can occur. If you are in any kind of dispute with your neighbours - whether it's over kids playing, noise, dogs etc. You may have thought "I'll ignore it", or "It'll go away" or you may just suffer in silence.
Many people also feel uncomfortable that they haven't resolved the problem themselves, but it is easy for small misunderstandings to grow into big misunderstandings. However, you no longer need to deal with the problem on your own. Broxtowe Borough Mediation Service exists for this very reason.
You don't have to like your neighbours, but you do have to live near them.
What is Mediation?
Mediation is a way of solving problems between neighbours. Trained mediators listen and talk to the people involved. They do not take sides or judge anybody, but aim to help neighbours reach an agreement that works for everyone.
How does it work?
Mediation takes place in your own home to find out more about the problem and what you want to happen. Only with your permission, we then contact your neighbours to arrange a similar visit to them.
If you need support, complete the Mediation Referral Form
Community Mediation Training Courses
Interested in becoming a mediator?
We facilitate a course in COMMUNITY MEDIATION SKILLS accredited by Open College Network London - National awarding organisation & access validating agency.
The programme develops skills, qualities and knowledge so that participants are equipped to carry out all aspects of community mediation work.
Contact Broxtowe Borough Mediation Service for more information using the details provided.
FREE Training if you are willing to volunteer - Interested in becoming a Community Mediator? Our training is free if you volunteer to complete at least five mediation cases.
Please gives us a call on 0115 917 3736 or email us at email@example.com to discuss.
We look forward to speaking to you!