hellsbells wrote:I do hope this building gets permission and the MOS are eventually forced to move. Although it does provide jobs and is a "landmark", quite frankly its not the landmark this area needs anymore.
I have been perched up in MCH for the last 5 years facing out over the roundabout and the noise from clubgoers this academic year between 10pm to 3am during the week and up to 8am on weekends has been astoundingly loud. They pour in huge groups from the tube and across the roundabout screeching at one another on the way up Newington Causeway and do the same thing on the way back - it sounds aggressive and frightening.
It has never been as loud as it has this year and it overrides the general traffic noise, which one easily gets used to. I do wonder whether the club has encouraged this in order to block / overturn the planning permissions. In any event, the behaviour of the clubbers is causing me and my family lost sleep and stress and I do not doubt others are also affected. Complaints to the noise team are about to begin.
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