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Wednesday 14 September 2011 7.18pm
orione wrote:
Read again and report correctly what I said...
Fight is a right sleeping is a need.

Report correctly??

Mate - all I did was quote your words exactly as you typed them!
Wednesday 14 September 2011 8.27pm
There was : try but to be safe....
In front which I think makes a big difference, like go ahead but cover your back... Kind of..
Monday 26 September 2011 10.40am
Boss St Bloke wrote:
orione wrote:
I would buy earplugs if this is really upsetting your nights..

Why should good, honest, hard working folks be denied the basic right to a good nights kip and have to buy ear plugs?

Nah - keep up the campaign against the noisy Shard louts.

Well I have ear plugs and they don't work, plus they hurt my ears.

I must report the noise has been a lot quieter recently although my friend is currently in Guys hospital (Bermondsey wing) and reported to me that he couldn't sleep a wink last Friday night.

And yes to answer your question (shunting123) I do have double glazed windows, however as the property I live in is over a hundred years old, I need to have the bedroom window slightly open at night, this is to circulate the moist air, plus I like the feel of the breeze especially in the warm weather.
Monday 26 September 2011 11.24am
Have you seen the article

The person to try and contact at Southwark is Alan Blissett. When I've heard him speak he is very committed to find out what is causing noise problems.

You probably know, but the link to the noise team is

Hope this helps,

Friday 11 November 2011 12.31pm
When is The Shard getting 'crowned'? I thought it was due to happen in late October.
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