Noise & Vibration Surveys for Planning
There are many different types of noise survey, and each type is tailored to the project and the requirements of the local authority.
Developments often encounter a number of obstacles relating to noise and vibration during the planning process. Planning conditions are often applied by the local authority to protect existing and future residents from excessive noise.
Typical sources of noise are nearby roads, railways or airports.
What we offer at Peak Acoustics
We provide noise surveys to comply with planning conditions following British standard BS8233, National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and the Scottish Technical Advice Note on the Assessment of Noise.
- Free, honest discussion with an experienced Acoustic Consultant;
- No obligation or hard sell, just an honest appraisal of your requirements and our lowest price quotation, complete with fee breakdown;
- Fast turnaround times, we understand time can be critical in some situations and we will always provide a direct approach to client deadlines;
- We can communicate between the planners and environmental health to determine the exact requirements for your noise survey;
- Our services are available Nationwide, from the biggest city to the smallest remote village (even off-shore!);
- A wealth of professional experience dealing with just about every type of noise survey
Choose Peak Acoustics
We are always happy to discuss your ongoing project and offer industry leading turnaround times
As an efficient, modern consultancy we always provide competitive prices to our clients
We are continually working with councils and planning officers throughout the UK
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“At PEAK we have a proud record of dealing with planning application issues and maintain positive working relationships with local authorities throughout the UK. Our reports find the most cost effective solutions for our clients and their projects while satisfying the local planning and environmental health officers.”
– Tom Brown MIOA, Director – Peak Acoustics Ltd