How planners can help to save London's live music venues

Noise complaints from the residents of new homes next to live music venues are partly blamed for contributing to a 35 per cent drop in the number of such establishments in London since 2007.

by Jim Dunton
Ministry of Sound: mayor welcomes club’s deed of easement of noise after its appeal over housing was refused (Pic: Simon Green)
Ministry of Sound: mayor welcomes club’s deed of easement of noise after its appeal over housing was refused (Pic: Simon Green)

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