Tuesday, February 21 Read n' Reviewed: We got to read the book, and this is what we found The book follows volume I in most every way, providing a softcover landscape format book of 23cm H X 31cm W in dimensions, with one hundred and twenty-eight pages inside. Printed in full colour on semi-gloss paper, I found that if I had greasy fingers sometimes a print was left on the page.
MPs have focused on what they believe are skewed metrics and measures of annoyance.
Plea for repowering of onshore windfarms Government is being encouraged to allow widespread repowering of old windfarms that are nearing the end of their mechanical and planning life. Canal authority warns on HS2 noise The Inland Waterways Association has submitted a further petition to Government as part of its campaign to mitigate the effects of HS2 on the inland waterways.
Smoking link Traffic noise exposure has been linked to smoking and drinking, Danish researchers suggest. Noise sinks mining plans A Inspection of aircraft tyres open cast coal mine in Derbyshire has been refused at appeal on noise grounds.
Venues surveyed reveal complaints problem Many music venues have suffered from noise complaints, a census reveals. Just a few cars have been considered to cause a significant effect on a quiet cul-de-sac. Jack Pease reviews the latest judgment.
Turbine nuisance bid Hearings are now complete — and judgment awaited — on a noise nuisance case. Wales changes PPG on noise Wales is revamping planning policy — noise and air policies will change to comply with the thrust of the Welsh Wellbeing Act.
Welsh din mapped out Welsh noise has apparently shot up — but officials say it is a result of calculation changes. Turbine toppling ends long running row A long running battle with a noisy mid-sized has ended following its removal.
Calibration upgrade UK noise firm Cirrus Research has expanded its calibration services so any model, make or brand can now be serviced by its team of in-house engineers. Stop Stansted Expansion has described the latest expansion proposals as misleading by understating the inevitable noise impact.
Industry noise sinks housing Housing near a noisy industrial estate has been rejected lest future occupants complain of noise.
Desirability of sealed windows was also questioned. Overheating guidance Experts have released guidance on how to balance the often competing needs for ventilation and noise insulation. Scout Moor The highly contested Scout Moor wind farm development near Rochdale has been approved — but noise arguments were dismissed.
Heathrow sets out plans Heathrow has set out its early thoughts on its planning application for a third runway. Glazing giveaway A Cheshire couple, who live less than 80m from a motorway, have become the first in England to benefit from a new free double glazing scheme to reduce noise.
Fracking probe The House of Common Communities and Local Government Committee is probing whether guidance for local authorities taking planning decisions on fracking applications needs to be updated or improved.
Council tackles turbine There is a spate of nuisance actions taking place against wind turbines, Kirklees Council has lost patience with one on its patch, finds Lis Stedman Infrasound tested at appeal Objectors are objecting to each other on the issue of wind turbine infrasound.
Jack Pease looks at a judgment that cuts through the science.
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Deliveroo curbs Food delivery firms such as Deliveroo are being restricted in Westminster. Gun club conditions too weak Bassetlaw has been criticised by the Local Government Ombudsman for weak planning conditions that made it hard to stop excessive shooting noise. The Local Government Ombudsman says it cannot rule on the matter.A guide to student and LAE (License Aircraft Engineer) who want to get the LWTR license or convert it from BCAR Section L to EASA Part Including EASA Part 66 Module, EASA part 66 Question Examination, EASA Part 66 Note, EASA Part 66 Tutor and aviation tool.
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