Where homeowners claimed that the noise from a speedway stadium amounted to a nuisance, the stadium owners could not raise as a defence the fact that the claimants, having bought the house knowing it was near the stadium, had “come to the nuisance”. Nor was the fact that planning permission had been granted for the carrying on of the activities at the stadium a reason to reject the claim.

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