Noise experts are to monitor music levels at a Tayside resort venue in a bid to end an eight-month row with a resident on the estate.
Christopher Byres asked Angus Licensing Board to consider reviewing the licence held by the Forbes of Kingennie complex after saying he had been plagued by loud music from functions there since moving into his Osprey Place home in April.
Mr Byers told board members he had even called police over the level of noise he could hear in his bedroom into the early hours when weddings and other events were taking place at the function suite a couple of hundred yards away.
The resort owners have said the only resident complaint they have received about music noise has been from Mr Byres and that £30,000 has been spent fitting special glass and curtains to deal with the issue.
Mr Byres told licensing board members: “This application is to have live music suspended until this issue is resolved.
“I was promised continually something was being done, but when nothing changed and we were unable to get to sleep three nights per week, every week, we could see there was nothing being done and I contacted the council.”
The matter has been deferred so that Forbes of Kingennie can provide dates when noise measurements can be taken, with the matter likely to return to the next board meeting in February.