Statutory noise nuisances and railways

The High Court has recently considered the application of statutory noise nuisance legislation to the London Underground. The decision in London Borough of Camden v London Underground Ltd (Divisional Court, 15 December 1999) indicates that railway operators cannot be complacent over noise levels caused by operations at stations, nor assume that they will be protected by statutory authority. Conversely, local authorities responsible for enforcing noise nuisance law must be particularly careful in the wording of initial enforcement letters sent to operators.

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