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MCIA defends motorsport against noise complaints

The MCIA is backing a petition calling for a mandatory noise complaint waiver for anyone buying or renting a property close to a motorsport venue.

The industry body sees the waiver as part of its remit to ensure a “robust defence of off-road motorcycle sport”.

In an email message to its members, the MCIA says it has “identified this petition as one worthy of members’ support”.

The petition, which was created by Darren Coster and ends on 30 March, has attracted more than 33,000 signatures.

It states: “Anyone who wishes to buy or rent a property within a determined distance of a motorsport venue should have to read and sign legislature that waives their right to complain about the noise from the nearby venue. If they do not wish to be bothered by something that was a fixture of the community long before they arrived, they should not move there in the first place.”




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