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Statutory nuisance

Dust management checklist
Failure to manage dust properly is likely to provoke complaints from neighbours. If there is dust on your site that could cause a problem, you should work out where it could be blown to, and identify how you intend to control it. Keep records of your survey and plans. Dust management If you have clouds... Read more
Type: Checklist
Waste management checklist
The efficient management of waste has many benefits, including compliance with legislation, helping to control vermin and reducing the costs of disposal. Use our checklist to identify potential areas of improvement.Why use it?Having poor control over the waste generated on site and the way it's disposed... Read more
Type: Checklist
Noise management checklist
Making too much noise is a sure-fire way of upsetting your neighbours. As such, you need to identify where noise is being created and take steps to reduce levels where possible.Noise management Noisy neighbours are the classic example of a nuisance. So to help you avoid being one of them use our Noise... Read more
Type: Letter
Nuisance log - to be completed by complainant
If neighbouring activities are causing disruption to your business, you might consider raising a formal complaint of statutory nuisance. Use our document to log your experiences.Cause for complaintStatutory nuisances are covered by the Environmental Protection Act 1990 so your local council is obliged... Read more
Type: Form
Guidance note - statutory nuisance - enforcement
If you're responsible for causing a statutory nuisance, you're likely to receive much interest from your local authority environmental health department. Our guidance document identifies how you should deal with the situation.Negative impactCouncils must investigate complaints about issues which could... Read more
Type: Document
Fume and odour management checklist
Nasty niffs, whether on a small or industrial scale, can impact on quality of life. As such, you need to ensure that your business isn't having a negative effect on your neighbours. Fume and odour management Do your processes create any fumes or odours? If so, you might need our Fume and Odour Management... Read more
Type: Checklist
Guidance note - how to avoid creating a statutory nuisance
A statutory nuisance can be attributed to the poor state of your premises or any noise, odour, smoke, fumes, gas, dust steam, noxious vapours, the keeping of animals, deposits and accumulations of refuse or other substances escaping from your premises. Legal positionUnfortunately, no legal definition... Read more
Type: Procedure

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