Report Noise Pollution

What we can’t deal with:

  • Children’s Noise
  • Shouting and Screaming
  • Everyday domestic Noise
  • Car stereos on moving vehicles
  • Sound insulation

Commercial Noise

It is recognised that a certain amount of noise is likely to occur in most types of construction operations.

For residential works where occupiers nearby may be affected the hours of noisy works are normally restricted to:

  • Monday – Fridays 8.00am – 6.00pm
  • Saturday 8.00am – 1.00pm
  • Sunday and Bank Holidays No noisy activities on site

Music events

Many public events such as concerts or discos have to have a Public Entertainment Licence. The purpose of this licence is to avoid disturbance and to ensure the safety of people attending the event. The licence can carry conditions which can set the days and times when events can happen (and when they must finish), and could specify maximum noise levels to avoid disturbing neighbours.

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