Reason: To protect the amenities of the surrounding area by minimising disturbance by noise
6. No sound amplifying equipment which is audible at the frontage of the nearest dwelling shall be used before 09.00 in the morning or after 22.00 hours without the written consent of the Local Planning Authority.
Reason: to protect the amenities of the occupiers of nearby premises.
7. The movement of theatrical and other equipment shall not take place by the main doors or the stage door facing west at any time after 22.00 in the evening.
Reason: To safeguard residential amenity.
So, music off at 10pm, and no equipment out via the public doors or the stage door near the houses (there is another one around the back) after this time. Get-outs must be complete by midnight.
These features probably mean a perfectly workable venue cannot be brought back into use because these restrictions would be very difficult to meet.
My question is are they typical restrictions for venues in areas where people live? Does anyone work in a venue with such tight conditions, and if you do - how do they work in practice.