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Appeal: Noise from punchbags and ‘physical exertion’ disruptive to residents

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An inspector has refused retrospective permission for a partially enclosed extension to a gym in Ruislip, West London, ruling that the noise caused by punchbag use, ‘tyre flipping’, and ‘human physical exertion’ was disrupting nearby residents.

The appeal relates to the car park of a gym in a residential area of Ruislip. The area had been converted into a covered “training area”, using translucent sheet panels propped up by a timber frame to create a partially enclosed room.

Local residents complained that noises – including the use of punchbags, ‘flipping’ of tyres for strength training and ‘.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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