On the night that some residents complained there were some works being undertaken by LUT early in the morning and were not related to the Exhibition Centre (Capco) site. However, an Environmental Health officer has been to see some residents and has met with Keltbray (demolition contractors for the site), and is discussing additional acoustic screening, alternative methods and breaks for the noisy works.
There is going to be a review of the monitoring equipment, which was felt to be set at a 'relatively low level and therefore might not accurately represent the noise being experienced by residents in Eardley Crescent' and the officer 'would be happy to undertake noise measurements at high level if required'.
Let me know on [email protected] if you have concerns so that we can collate and identify the houses in the street that are experiencing the problems.
The full lifting schedule for March and April is on the myearlscourt.com (under News)
For any issues about overnight noise and nuisance you should call the 24/7 helpline 0330 333 1510. Alternatively the Council’s Environmental Health Noise & Nuisance team is on 020 7361 3002 or [email protected]
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