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It appears you have a statutory nuisance cause of action because smell and noise as described interfers with the peaceful enjoyment of your property.
In view of this I suggest you file a complaint with the local council environmental officer. The officer can step and order the nuisance to stop.
The other option is under Section 82 of the Environmental protection Act 1990 allows a Magistrates' court to act on a complaint made by any person on the grounds that he is aggrieved by a statutory nuisance.
Therefore you can contact your local magistrate court and ask them you wish to start a complaint regarding a noise/smell matter and they will then advice you on the steps to undertake. If you are successful with the complaint the court will order the nuisance to stop. Further if the nuisance is not curtailed then criminal sanctions could follow.
I hope I have clarified the position.
Thanks and stay safe.