Thank you. My colleague is no longer available and I have been asked to
review the answer for you.
I can confirm that the information given by my colleague is correct.
I would add that there is nothing to stop you applying for an injunction
but it would be up to the court to decide (and for you to prove) whether the
noise was reasonable or not.
It is not a risk that I would be wanting to take if I was spending my money.
What it is worth doing is getting a solicitor to write a really snotty
letter threatening an application for an injunction and costs unless the noise
is toned down and limited to certain hours. If they take no notice however I
would not be going to court.
As my colleague said, you can seek a rental reduction from the landlord
what she did it tell you (just in case you were thinking of it) is that you
cannot hold any rent.
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