Breach of planning and the foul langauge

Just after 6am we were woken up by the site being opening up with the removal of the overnight metal fences and the large skip onsite being removed, this caused considerable banging about early in the morning, at this point we had had enough of the fact the site was not following the planning permission restrictions on start/finish times, so it was reported to Cheshire East planning enforcement.
 
My email is below;
2 September 2016 at 08:45
To: planning.enforcement@cheshireeast.gov.uk
Cc: Steve Toghill <steve.toghill@wainhomes.net>, Peter Barlow <Peter.Barlow@wainhomes.net>
Hi
 
I currently live on the new housing development in Willaston, Nantwich, the site name is — Gardens. The builder is Wainhomes.
 
I want to report a breach of planning restrictions, the site has a planning restriction of on what days and what time the site can work, this morning 2nd September 2016 at 6.25am I was awoke by a HGV backing in to the street and opening up the site compound which is directly next to my house, for 15 minutes the HGV was there with it’s engine running whilst it was loading up. This is not the first time this has happened.”
 
Then we have the foul language, the builders were constantly up and down the street using foul language, I complained a few times to the site manager, but again in the end I had to put it in writing.
 
My first email is below;
“20 July 2016 at 09:47
To: Mike Dennis <Mike.Dennis@wainhomes.net>, CheerbrookGardens <cheerbrookgardens@wainhomes.co.uk>
Hi Mike,
 
I need to report that we have cleaned some of the windows and there are two more panes of glass that have deep scratches in them.
 
Also, the foul language on the site has been a disgrace this morning, there are two people working on the Raleigh garage roof have not stopped all morning, I can hear them clearly inside my house.
 
This has been happening for a few days now, I have had to stop my daughter going in the front rooms so she can not hear it.”

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