The authorities felt changes were necessary following the ever present problem between night clubs and neighbours who want a good night’s sleep.Even though the new laws will not be made official until 19 December, if the statutes are approved, clubs and bars located in or near to residential areas will have to install new sound regulators that will stop the music if it breaches the permitted level.Venues which have been warned or fined three or more times up until now, will also have to install the regulators. The government is keen to tackle the problem once and for all and confirmed fines, currently ranging between 150 and 600 euros, will now be anything between 150 euros and 300,000 euros.
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