The Night No One Slept, Part II

Through a combination of late night and early morning business activity, residents can no longer get a good night’s sleep.

It’s nine months since we first highlighted this problem (back in September 2016) and the situation is getting worse. Let’s use the last 24 hours to demonstrate.


Wednesday 5 July 2017, coming up for midnight…
Once again, the late night abuse came from the Yorkshire Grey pub where noisy drinkers were on the pavement until well after 11:30pm (Westminster Noise report: 17/21076/ENC45) as the following video shows:

 

Thursday 6th July 2017 at 5:58am (ie: approx 6 hours later)…
If you fell asleep as soon as the pub went quiet then you might have been lucky enough to get nearly 6 hours sleep before being rudely awakened by the University of Westminster’s private waste contractors:

ONCE AGAIN WE ASK: is this the new normal for the residents of Fitzrovia? Can it really be acceptable for business to selfishly interrupt our sleep in this way?