Nuisance – Noise. The Supreme Court ruled on consequential issues arising from its earlier judgment in Coventry and others v Lawrence and another[2014] All ER (D) 245 (Feb) concerning an action in nuisance brought by the appellant owners and occupiers of a residential bungalow against the respondent occupiers of a nearby stadium and their landlords. The issue as to whether the costs regime under the Access to Justice Act 1999, and in particular a claimant's right to recover any success fee and ATE premium from an unsuccessful defendant infringed the European Convention on Human Rights was adjourned for further hearing.