Check Gov.uk’s information on statutory nuisance. If you feel you have a case, you should fill out a diary sheet describing how the problem affects you.
Ways to avoid causing a light nuisance:
You can find out what noise problems are considered to be a nuisance on the Gov.uk website.
You can find out how we investigate noise complaints in our noise nuisance fact sheets.
You will need to fill out diary sheets to show a noise is having an unreasonable effect on your use or enjoyment of your home or other premises. You should be as specific as possible when completing the diary sheets. Guidance on completing diary sheets. Submit completed sheets to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also like to make a log of the noise using The Noise App which can be downloaded for free.
Statutory noise nuisance does not usually include one-off parties, road traffic or aircraft noise, or neighbours arguing – although it may be possible for you to take civil action.
There are different laws for fireworks.
The recommended hours for noisy works are:
Any works required outside those hours must be approved by the Council. Works will only be approved where there is strong justification for working and noise is controlled as far as practicable.
Gov.uk have useful information on developing contaminated land.