By: Christopher N. Penn
In recent years there has been growing public awareness of, and concern about, the adverse effects of noise, which has resulted in a substantial strengthening of statutory control. This book has been written to provide a single, complete source of reference for employers and employees, developers, planners, architects, lawyers and local government officers whose work is likely to bring them into contact with noise problems. It presents the law in a straightforward manner and gives practical advice on its enforcement and compliance. Since the previous edition was published in 2002, there have been many amendments to the legislation which are taken fully into account in this fourth edition, as are the implications of the various controls emanating from the European Union.
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