Anyone who lives near an airport knows that the drone of the planes taking off and landing is the soundtrack to every day life - but for some living in Southend in Essex, the planes are far too close for comfort.
A new taxiing strip means up to 50 aircraft a day now pass right by their garden fences. As you would imagine, they're not pleased.
Alex and June Carr say that the recent upgrade means they're having to endure dozens of planes a day coming within 150 feet of their property.
The couple say that when they bought their property planes used another part of the airport.
But after a former runway strip was reopened in 2017, aircraft now taxi past their garden fence from 6am until 11pm.
The airport said it's holding regular meetings with residents and is investigating measures to reduce noise.