The agreement on good neighbours is concluded between us and our inhabitants and was written with the aim of promoting the cohesion of the Community and preventing anti-social behaviour. This agreement contains clear expectations, rights and rights for all residents and completes the terms of your lease. It does not replace or overcome the rights and obligations of your individual rentals. This agreement will remain in effect as long as you reside in your home and applies to all subsequent tenants and all rights holders. If you violate any of the following conditions, you will be informed that you have breached the agreement and your lease conditions and lease may be compromised. An agreement on good neighbours is usually a non-binding agreement between a neighbourhood (community) and an area that works to deal collaboratively with specific issues of concern. It is a way for each group to understand the mission and point of view of others, and it leads to a kind of compromise that both groups can benefit from. This approach encourages voluntary action instead of longer legal challenges that might otherwise arise. It is often best to try an extension of the authorization or another change in the facility, where the company asks the Community for permission for its activities. All tenants of the Southside Housing Association sign a good neighbours contract in which you declare your responsibility as a neighbour and show how we will work together to ensure that your neighbourhood is and remains a clean, safe and safe environment.
The results vary from group to group and from community to community. In general, a fundamental outcome would be to create at least one meeting where representatives of neighbourhood and industry interests would be present to discuss important issues within the Community. Some companies will be willing to cooperate with a community outside the framework of a formal agreement, which may also be a desired outcome. Because good neighbouring agreements are voluntary, important objectives can be achieved if a company agrees to address the concerns of municipalities without agreement. Local examples of agreements aim to reduce air emissions, exchange public notifications and provide information on employment opportunities with the local community. For more information, visit the Minnesota Sustainable Communities Network (nextstep.state.mn.us). If a neighbouring business or a facility adjacent to a municipality is of concern due to noise, pollution or other environmental complaints, residents may decide to contact the company to address these concerns. Creating dialogues leading to a good neighbourhood agreement is an approach to solving these problems.