Curb nuisance laws to protect long standing activities

Curb nuisance laws to protect long standing activities against vociferous new residents by presuming in favour of long standing activities such as church bells, local pubs, village halls, old airfields, farms, etc..

In many parts of the USA such activities aquire "Grandfather rights" providing the noise (or similar intrusion) does not increrase.  Wouldn't we, as citiens be better to choose a property because of its location knowing that we cannot expect it to change for our convenience?

This can be done by directive rather than a law change, being cost effective to implement.

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Curb nuisance laws to protect long standing activities against vociferous new residents by presuming in favour of long standing activities such as church bells, local pubs, village halls, old airfields, farms, etc..

In many parts of the USA such activities aquire "Grandfather rights" providing the noise (or similar intrusion) does not increrase.  Wouldn't we, as citiens be better to choose a property because of its location knowing that we cannot expect it to change for our convenience?

This can be done by directive rather than a law change, being cost effective to implement.