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Woman fined £9,000 for noise nuisance at Chadwell Heath bar

13:13 01 October 2013

A woman has been fined £9,000 for failing to comply with several noise abatement notices served on Rendezvous Bar and Grill in High Road, Chadwell Heath.

Between November 2012 and May 2013, Redbridge and Havering councils ordered the bar to turn down music on four occasions but the notices were controvened.

Joanne Wilson, 36, of Raydons Road, Dagenham, initially pleaded not guilty to failing to comply with the prohibition of playing loud amplified music at the restaurant.

However she changed her plea to guilty on September 19 at Romford Magistrates’ Court.

She was fined £2,000 for each of the noise abatement notices that she controvened, totalling £8,000, and was ordered to pay and extra £1,000 in costs.

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