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Wednesday, 11 November 2015

COME TO THE KENSINGTON SOCIETY'S NOISE PANEL DISCUSSION

The Dame has a special interest in this subject....
A very good friend of hers, with a very young child, has been persecuted by endless noise from a throughly thoughtless contractor RE GORE LTD. 
If you happen to live near to one of their sites be very, very fearful.....
They have made her life, and those of neighbours,  living hell.
Frankly, no contractor should be allowed to work at any time at weekends. That should be the message to the council.

KS Event: Is noise from neighbouring building works driving you mad?
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The Kensington Society
for a panel discussion with RBKC’s Environmental Health Team
RBKC’s NEW ‘Code of Construction Practice

Monday 30 November 2015, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Kensington Town Hall, Small Hall,
Hornton Street, W8 7NX

Construction work can be noisy, dusty and cause vibrations.

Kensington and Chelsea 
is one of the most densely populated parts of the country and it is very important that the Council is able to ensure the negative effects of construction do not cause any unnecessary disturbance to the borough’s residents and businesses. A new policy has been formulated to address these important issues. RBKC’s Environmental Health team will explain the ‘Code of Construction Practice’ and will be on hand to answer any questions you might have about this important topic.

Book now to avoid disappointment!
Free to Members; £5 for non-members
On-line: http://www.kensingtonsociety.org/events-page/
Post: 23 St James’s Gardens, London W11 4RE

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