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In any case, did you receive an abatement notice from the council?
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Hi. In the circumstance you describe, I believe this is an abatement notice from the council. Once you have been served a noise abatement notice it means somebody has complained about the noise that you are making or that is coming from your premises.
Usually, there will have been some dialogue or interaction with the complainant before the notice is issued, however, this is not always the case and you may find you have been issued a notice without any prior warning.
In this situation, to avoid further action, the first thing you should do is reduce the noise levels or stop making the noise altogether.
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I'd advise replying to the letter you received from them, if you ignore the letter - penalties a council can carry out include:
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