Licensing and public nuisance

Entertainment noise from licensed premises has been de-regulated by the Live Music Act 2012, so making action under the statutory nuisance regime and/ or the Noise Act 1996 the primary regulatory response.  See the article by David Horrocks and John Pointing in: Acoustics_Bulletin_Vol37No6_Awk_SNS_Article[1]

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