Sep. 28th, 2007

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The Nightingale club in Hurst Street is having a review of its licence (see here).

For 'noise nuisance'.

Brought about by Crosby Homes, according to the Evening Mail. That's right, the property developers responsible for some of the nearby 'luxury apartments' (why can't anyone just live in a flat anymore?).

WHY THE FUCK do they think they have the right to build NEAR AN ESTABLISHED MUSIC VENUE then complain about the noise? Imagine if the lot near Eddie's had campaigned for it to be closed down due to 'noise nuisance'? (assuming they didn't burn it down in the first place ;-)). And as for the homeowners, well if you're stupid enough to buy a property near established nightlife then be surprised by the noise, you don't get any sympathy from me.

The Council should've told Crosby to fuck off. Other whingeing twats already got the Fiddle and Bone closed down, and apparently people who've just bought flats in Digbeth are complaining about the noise there (This site puts it well: http://www.thestirrer.co.uk/1306072.html).

WHAT DO THEY EXPECT IF THEY BUY CITY CENTRE PROPERTIES?!? GENTLE BREEZES AND THE SOFT CHIRPS OF GRASSHOPPERS???

I'd hate to live near somewhere as noisy as a nightclub, which is why I don't live near any nightclub.

As you can see, I'm not impressed about this (/massive understatement). Such complainers should be told they should have done their research before buying and then ignored. And developers should be encouraged to build away from the nightlife if they see it as such a problem. Fucking idiots.

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