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Old 6th September 2016, 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by maestro View Post
No. the law says 50 feet (15 metres) from the centre of a public highway, bridleway or footpath.
To be an offence it must also cause annoyance or danger to persons using the road, including footpath. So it doesn't apply to a neighbour who complains from their property, but a passing pedestrian startled by the sound does.
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