Editor's Opinion: Noise really annoys!
THERE is always a fine balance to strike between people enjoying themselves and the disturbance they create in doing so!
This is especially true in the summer months when bars and clubs will throw the doors of venues open, which inevitably lets the heat and the noise out!
Maybe the fact that there are more people going in and out of doors to smoke also encourages venues to leave doors open – or leads to greater problems with more revellers hanging around outside venues.
It is a nuisance and you can understand the annoyance of nearby residents.
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However, this is not just a problem at venues, how many neighbours face daily issues with selfish people living next door? Parties into the early hours, especially in terraced or semi-detached homes, can cause years of misery.
Noise pollution must be a nightmare for those who have to suffer it.
If a person buys a property in a busy area, near bars, they should know to expect a certain amount of disruption. But it is the duty of those responsible to ensure that disruption is kept to a minimum.
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