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NEW GUIDELINES FOR COUNCILS ON NOISE COMPLAINTS

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Environmental health officers are publishing noise management guidelines to encourage local authorities to provide ...
Environmental health officers are publishing noise management guidelines to encourage local authorities to provide a better service on noise complaints, BBC Radio Four's Today programme reported this morning.

Alan Higgins, Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Officers, told Today complaints about domestic noise have risen by 10%. But not all councils offer an after hours service.

'We're concerned to achieve consistency between local authorities', Mr Higgins said.
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