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Stroud District Council issue revised statement on Studio 18 noise complaint

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Stroud District Council have released a revised statement regarding noise complaints at Studio 18 music and arts centre at Brimscombe.

A Stroud District Council spokesperson said: “Stroud District Council Environmental Health Officers have received complaints on a number of occasions about noise from amplified music being played in the late evening and early hours of the morning when late night music events have taken place at Studio 18 in Brimscombe.

“We have a duty to respond to public complaints, so after an investigation, a Community Protection Notice Written Warning (not a CPO) was served on the premises on 29 March 2023 which stated that amplified music should not be played so loudly as to unreasonably disturb people living nearby.

“Officers and elected members are in touch with the management at the premises and are working with them to ensure that noise is controlled so that the venue can address the noise concerns and so carry on providing much needed events for the community.”

One of the three priorities in our Council Plan is Community Resilience and Wellbeing – strengthening and supporting our communities so people feel included and connected. We recognise that Studio 18 is a popular venue for the arts and hope that it can continue its great work.”

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