People living with noise caused by Tube trains running under their homes are being asked to take part in a survey.

Labour London Assembly Member (AM) Murad Qureshi says he has been contacted by residents in the Marylebone area who have been who have been living with noise and vibration caused by the tube since 2014.

He is now asking people living in the area to take part in an online survey to determine how bad the problem is and how it affects residents.

According to Mr Qureshi, Transport for London (TfL) has not been able to rectify the problem, with residents fearful the problem will be worse if and when a 24 hour Tube is introduced.

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The AM said: “I have been contacted by a number of residents in the Marylebone area who being disturbed by noise and vibration from the Tube well into the night. They are frustrated with TfL’s inability to rectify the problem and my concern is that this will be exasperated by the introduction of the Night Tube.

“We know that it’s an issue of great concern to some residents and I would urge people to take part in this survey so that we can get a clear picture about how widespread the problem is. This will enable us to present a strong case to TfL that action must be taken to quieten the lines before the introduction of the Night Tube.”

The survey can be found at

The deadline for responses is the February 26.