Archive: Intrusive Noise (4)

Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.

How to Recognise When Noise Could be a Concern?

Excerpt from: ENGLAND National Planning Policy Framework updated 2014 Paragraph: 005 Reference ID: 30-005-20140306 How to recognise when noise could be a concern? At the lowest extreme, when noise is not noticeable, there is by definition no … Read On »

Thorne, Dr B. Relevance of Precautionary Principle to Wind Farm Noise Planning

Inter.Noise 2014 November, Melbourne Australia The Relevance of the Precautionary Principle to wind farm noise planning Bob THORNE Noise Measurement Services Pty Ltd, Australia ABSTRACT Wind farms consist of clusters of industrial wind turbines which, when … Read On »

Thorne R, Shepherd D, Quiet as an Environmental Value

Robert Thorne & Daniel Shepherd: Quiet as an Environment Value: A Contrast between Two Legislative Approaches July 3, 2013 We present a description of legislative approaches taken in Queensland (Australia) and New Zealand to define wellbeing … Read On »