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morning deliveries
« on: 12 October 2012, 07:49:35 pm »
My daughter lives over a coplands shop and shes having problems of the shop having deliveries at 3 - 4 am in the morning is this right and can it be stopped ?

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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #1 on: 12 October 2012, 08:53:26 pm »
Don't suppose your bothered if there was no noise? Speak to local Environmental Health officer at your council.

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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #2 on: 12 October 2012, 09:27:31 pm »
Who was there first? The deliveries or her?

It's not right to complain if the deliveries started before she moved in. She could ask if they can keep the noise down a bit.
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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #3 on: 12 October 2012, 09:37:54 pm »
I think you'll find it doesn't matter who was there first,,,,she is entitled to her sleep.

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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #4 on: 12 October 2012, 11:21:25 pm »
Best bet is to have a word with the shop owners before getting too heavy handed - that might be enough.

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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #5 on: 13 October 2012, 12:24:14 pm »
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I think you'll find it doesn't matter who was there first,,,,she is entitled to
her sleep.

Just like the people that buy a house under the local airport flightpath who got their house cheap becasue of the noise then complain about the noise to get nightflights stopped :pokefun
 
Businesses have to operate. Things like Freshbread, newspapers and milk need to be deleivered at silly oclock because people would not like it if they go to the shop at 7am and find theses items havent been delivered.
Best bet is to ask the shop to ask the delievry drivers to try to keep the noise down. It may be that the noise is minimal already but she is a ver light sleeper and has the window open. We dont know.
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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #6 on: 13 October 2012, 12:37:10 pm »
I'm in a similar situation,i live above a pub  :rolleyes  who on a Fri/Sat would play music till 1:30am! I tried to talk to the landlord but he was more interested in his profits so i went to Environmental Health to get their help. It took a few months to sort out but all is good now. I would ask the shop owner & delivery company if its necessary to delivery at these times & ask them to change deliveries to hours between 7am-10pm,if they don't contact your local council,You have a right & it could be classed as anti-social behaviour?


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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #7 on: 13 October 2012, 05:22:18 pm »
Got to ask why live above a shop if you don't like noise.


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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #8 on: 13 October 2012, 06:05:36 pm »
Company I work for has had this one than once, usually ends up with the company having to abide by delivery timetables between 7am and 7pm (flexible though). Make some noise with environment health, get others to complain, strength in numbers and all that.


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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #9 on: 13 October 2012, 07:26:00 pm »
to fill you in a bit more she lives on a 3rd floor flat,  new double glazed windows closed as shes a cold arse hehe

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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #10 on: 13 October 2012, 07:58:25 pm »
she should try living on the main city centre route for the local fire station. 5 times a night they zip past usually. Drunks, restaurants, traffic, building site across the road. Tell her to try my flat for a week.
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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #11 on: 13 October 2012, 08:06:18 pm »
When they built flats around the harbour in Bristol, the residents were happy when the ships loaded during the day but got annoyed as time passed and the loading got later and later.
They complained and couldn't understand why this was the case and asked for it to revert to the day, the port authourities, bless them, tried to explain about the tides and moon's gravitational pull but the residents didn't really understand.  :rollin
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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #12 on: 13 October 2012, 08:53:35 pm »
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I think you'll find it doesn't matter who was there first,,,,she is entitled to
her sleep.

Just like the people that buy a house under the local airport flightpath who got their house cheap becasue of the noise then complain about the noise to get nightflights stopped :pokefun
 
Businesses have to operate. Things like Freshbread, newspapers and milk need to be deleivered at silly oclock because people would not like it if they go to the shop at 7am and find theses items havent been delivered.
Best bet is to ask the shop to ask the delievry drivers to try to keep the noise down. It may be that the noise is minimal already but she is a ver light sleeper and has the window open. We dont know.


I agree it's best to ask first, but it really doesn't matter who was there first :pokefun

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Re: morning deliveries
« Reply #13 on: 15 October 2012, 05:28:43 pm »
has she tried ear plugs? I used a set that were connected with a string and they usually fell out while I was asleep
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