After the rooster that sings too loudly, the bells that ring too early, here is the creperie that smells too much of crepe.
In Erquy, in the Côtes-d'Armor, a couple of restaurateurs, installed since 2019 in a dwelling house, are being sued, by one of their neighbors, for noise and olfactory nuisances.
A conciliation process having failed, they were summoned on February 16 to the court of Saint-Brieuc.
In the meantime, their petition has already gathered more than 34,000 signatories.
It was just before the first confinement that Marlène Dupont and Alex Polge bought the Crêperie du Pêcheur, created ten years earlier.
“We were happy to have held on,
Until the first letter from our neighbour, in August 2020, denouncing nuisances: smoke emanating from the kitchen, a smell of frying - when we were only making pancakes and pancakes - the noise of the dishes which s clashes, and even car exhaust fumes.
That's odd, for someone who...
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