Tramshed: Report Noise Pollution, Antisocial Behaviour & Other Issues
We want to hear from residents on noise pollution and antisocial behaviour in the local area.
Over the past year, residents have contacted us with concerns about antisocial behaviour and noise complaints in and around the Tramshed.
The Tramshed has planning permission to open until 3 am for 31 days a year and a licence that allows them to open until 3 am for 21 days. Your councillors objected to all applications made by the venue to extend their opening hours further. However, as there had been no formal complaints to the police by residents, the planning committee approved the application.
We’re asking all residents, especially those closest to the Tramshed, to report all incidents of antisocial behaviour, noise pollution and other related issues whenever there is a 3 am event. You can do this by using the form on this page or by leaving a comment on Facebook.
Any complaints reported us will be shared with the police and as evidence to the Licensing Committee when renewing/extending their licence or any possible future changes to the licence conditions granted to the venue. These reports and complaints to the police are necessary for the committee to have sufficient grounds to change the licence conditions given to the Tramshed, which includes the late opening hours.
Complete the form and have your say. Or, report all problems directly by ringing 101. If you have any questions, please get in touch with us by email at [email protected].
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