Nuisance – Noise. The judge could not be faulted in his findings of fact, including that a floor laid as part of renovation works to the first defendant leaseholder's flat was not a suitable floor to prevent the transmission of noise and was worse than the floor which had been there before the works. Accordingly, the Chancery Division dismissed the first to third defendants' appeal against an order that, among other things, awarded damages against the first defendant for breach of contract and the first to third defendants for nuisance arising from noise disturbance to the claimant leaseholder's flat.