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    Anyone on here know if there's regulations as to when work can begin/finish on a building site. Houses getting built at the back of where i stay and they seem to start awful early and finish between 6pm-7pm.


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    Anyone on here know if there's regulations as to when work can begin/finish on a building site. Houses getting built at the back of where i stay and they seem to start awful early and finish between 6pm-7pm.
    It's up to the council. 7am to 7pm Mon-Fri isn't unusual unfortunately.

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    I think it changes depending on which council area. I know in Glasgow it was 8am - 7pm Monday to Friday, where there is deemed to be a noise nuisance.

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    Thanks guys. I'll give the council a wee phone tomorrow. 👍🏻

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    7pm on a Friday? No chance - they're all packed up by 2pm at the latest on a Friday.

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    Thanks guys. I'll give the council a wee phone tomorrow. 👍🏻
    If you go onto the Council Planning portal you can check the conditions in the decision notice. If there are restrictions they will be in the conditions and enforceable with penalties

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    Thanks guys. I'll give the council a wee phone tomorrow. 👍🏻
    Waiting on a call back from council. These call centres you call are torture when all you want answered is a simple question! 😫

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    If you go onto the Council Planning portal you can check the conditions in the decision notice. If there are restrictions they will be in the conditions and enforceable with penalties

    https://citydev-portal.edinburgh.gov...pe=Application
    Cheers. Its no Edinburgh council though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColinNish View Post
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    Cheers. Its no Edinburgh council though.
    The council will have a similar portal.
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    The council will have a similar portal.
    Thanks,have had a wee look.

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    Thanks,have had a wee look.
    A condition that could/should be used where there is likely to be disturbance.

    The hours of operation shall be restricted to0700 hours to 1900 hours daily and no work shall be undertaken on the premiseson Sunday unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Council as PlanningAuthority
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    A condition that could/should be used where there is likely to be disturbance.

    The hours of operation shall be restricted to0700 hours to 1900 hours daily and no work shall be undertaken on the premiseson Sunday unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Council as PlanningAuthority
    Thanks. As I said I couldn't find anything on the council portal so I phoned them last Thursday and am still waiting on a call back.............

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