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What is a Noise Abatement Notice? Section 80 of the EPA allows a local authority to serve a ‘noise abatement notice’ where it is satisfied that a statutory noise nuisance exists, or is likely to occur or recur. This requires the abatement of the nuisance and prohibits a recurrence by execution of whatever works are necessary within a ...What is an abatement notice from the Council?
Abatement notices. Councils must serve an abatement notice on people responsible for statutory nuisances, or on a premises owner or occupier if this is not possible. This may require whoever’s responsible to stop the activity or limit it to certain times to avoid causing a nuisance and can include specific actions to reduce the problem.How long do you have to serve a noise abatement notice?
For noise nuisances from premises, the notice can be delayed for up to 7 days while the council tries to get the person responsible to stop or restrict the noise. The abatement notice must be served on the premises owner or occupier if either of the following apply: the person responsible cannot be found.What is the Noise Abatement Society?
Many people have heard of the Noise Abatement Society which was established in 1959 by John Connell OBE and who successfully lobbied the Noise Abatement Act through Parliament in 1960. This Act enabled noise to be classified as a ‘statutory nuisance’ allowing it to be dealt with under the Public Health Act of 1936 .