You’ve moved out of your family home and you suddenly feel a new sense of freedom. There is no one asking where you are all the time and you can play your music until whatever hour you like.
However, you should exercise some caution when you move into accommodation for students.
If you decide to organise too many parties in your student homes, you may well end up suffering as a result.
Firstly, all such social gatherings result in a lot of mess and freshers’ parties can be particularly bad in this regard, with some people not being aware of their alcohol limits.
Also, whether your organise parties in student accommodation in Bristol or elsewhere, you may end up angering those living near you.
After all, being kept awake by the music of a party held by neighbours can be annoying, particularly if you have work the next day.
Depending on the patience of the people in question and how far you push your luck, you could end up getting into trouble.
Living in close proximity with people who take a dislike to you can be an uncomfortable experience so it is something you should try to avoid.
However, if you decide to go ahead with a party in your student homes, there are a number of ways in which you can minimise this risk.
For example, you should try to keep control of the volume of the music and don’t let it get too high.
Also, it’s best to keep guests in your house or flat, rather than having some of them spilling out into gardens and corridors as this will result in extra noise for neighbours.