NOISY neighbours are getting all too much for one family.
The Allman family, who live just metres from the newly-built Tesco grocery warehouse on the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT) development near Crick, have been battling for the last nine months to get the noise levels coming from the 800,000sq ft warehouse reduced.
Andrew Allman has lived in his family home for 20 years. It used to sit in open countryside before DIRFT was built but now says his family can’t cope with the noise levels coming from the site which operates throughout the night.
Last month Daventry District Council said that Prologis - which built the site - is continuing to co-operate with an ongoing investigation into the noise levels and has put forward a number of measures designed to limit noise.
To demonstrate the level of noise Mr Allman made a video clip at 4am during one sleepless night. He has since posted the clip on You Tube.
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