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https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/manchester-city-council-to-remove-our-statutory-nuisance-abatement-notice

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/night-day-cafe-under-threat-6512779

Someone has bought above a well known noisy venue. And now wants them to be quiet.

I think Kirsty and Phil showed people to some flats above wine bars and things and made light of any noise nuisance. They shouldn't have done.

Fantastic comment:

I moved into the lions enclosure at Chester Zoo a few years ago. The lions continually displayed carnivorous tendencies with absolutely no regard to my lifestyle and my freedom to live wherever I choose. It was only after several notices to Chester Zoo management that I was able to serve a Statutory Herbivore Notice to the pesky pride. They died soon after from malnutrition. I see now that I was wrong to move into a habitat (albeit a falsely constructed one) and attempt to change the nature of the environment.

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Fools, I love that place seen some brilliant bands/musicians there.... I'd happily live above it and would probably be down in the bar most nights.

Have signed the petition.

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Happened to a pub called the Ferry Boat Inn on King Street, Norwich, close to the 'trendy' Riverside area. It played a lot of live music for years. Roll on 2001 when the Riverside Quarter was regenerated with 'luxury flats' and cue the complaints. These flats are over the other side of the River Yare but there were council flats right opposite the place since the 1960s! Either the voices of the complainants were heard more clearly than the council tenants' (if any at all) but then again the luxury block of flats vibrated even worse then the more solidly built council ones? :lol:

I think the pub closed in 2007. There is a planning application to turn the building into a Youth Hostel - ongoing for years.

The Ferry Boat Inn had the dubious honour of having Steven Wright as a former landlord, back in the 1980s I think. Wright went on to murder prostitutes in Ipswich in the mid 2000s. :(

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Reminds you of the townies who move out to the country then complain about the noise and smell of country animals. What do they honestly expect.

Or the woman who bought a house next door to the church then complained to the council to stop the church bells.

Or the countless people who move near a Motor racing track and the complain its noisy, and get noise restrictions put in place, the track looses its big ticket races and then closes.

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Or the countless people who move near a Motor racing track and the complain its noisy, and get noise restrictions put in place, the track looses its big ticket races and then closes.

Dirty Kirsty allsopp complain about motor track noise?

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It's not just towns. People move to villages, and then complain about church bells, and cow smells. :huh:

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I remember this happening in Brentford. They build trendy flats next to the dock/lock area, the residents then complained about noise from a boatyard.

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