Noise abatement zones

Two successful prosecutions taken by a local authority for a breach of registered noise levels in a noise abatement zone (NAZ) are believed to be the first of their kind since the power to establish NAZs was introduced by the Control of Pollution Act 1974. Within NAZs noise levels may be controlled without the need to prove a nuisance, and some 40 have now been set up.

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