Free advice on tackling noise complaints

By The Morning Advertiser

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Online event: the free webinar will take place on Tuesday 14 September (image: Getty/Richard Drury)
Online event: the free webinar will take place on Tuesday 14 September (image: Getty/Richard Drury)

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With noise nuisance rapidly becoming a major problem for a lot of operators on the return to trade, there’s still time to register to take part in a free online event to help you get to grips with the problem.

After many months of closure in lockdown, many operators are finding the return to full trade and events challenging, as neighbours struggle to adapt to living near to a busy pub and bar operation.

As a result, the number of noise complaints and challenges are rapidly beginning to rise, but to help fight that, The Morning Advertiser ​(MA​) has teamed up with licensing specialists Poppleston Allen to give you the tools you need to hold your own in a dispute, and ideally avoid it in the first place.

The free online training seminar runs on Tuesday 14 September from 10am and will give you the insight you need to avoid problems.

Hosted by Poppleston Allen’s experts Helen Ward and James Anderson, the live online session will cover common complaints that licensed premises may receive from neighbours and how to deal with them. We look at how to prevent complaints occurring, best practice in dealing with them when they do happen and the informal and legal outcomes of noise and other statutory nuisance complaints

Ed Bedington, editor of TheMA​, said: “This free event is a great way to pick up some good ideas and advice on how to avoid problems, and if you can’t avoid them, how to handle them.

“The return to trade has been especially challenging for operators of all varieties and the last thing anyone needs is to end up in a dispute with the neighbours. I’d urge all of you to register for a chance to pick up some extremely valuable free insight, help and support.” 

To sign up to your free place on with webinar, email​​ now.

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