There are a variety of issues here.
If the noise is more than the everyday noise of life, you can get an injunction to prevent the noise and if you don’t want the trouble of going to court, make a formal complaint to the Environmental Health Officer who can issue a noise abatement notice to make the noise stop.
You have a cause of action against the tenant in common law nuisance but that would involve going to court.
You also have a cause of action against the landlord also in common law nuisance for allowing it to happen.
You have a cause of action against both the landlord for allowing the damage to happen and the tenant for doing it.
It seems unlikely that either party are going to pay up easily so you need to get a quotation (not an estimate because courts don’t like estimates)for putting the job right and then, ask them to reimburse you. If they don’t, take them both to the Small Claims Court as joint defendants.
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