Noise Management Plans

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When it comes to your construction plans, you need them to run as smoothly as possible. This often means supplying local authorities and regulators with the evidence and documentation they need to ensure your project is compliant. If your local authority has concerns about your project and the impact of noise on residents that may occur, they may ask for a Noise Management Plan.

At Healthy Abode, we can help you to clear the obstacles that are slowing down your projects with our noise management plans and the legally binding Section 61 Agreements. By creating these plans and agreements, we can help your project to run smoothly while ensuring your construction methods follow best practice to appease local authorities.

You can protect your project from imposing and restrictive Section 60 notices by proactively planning the management of noise pollution.

Why Are Section 61 Agreements Important?

When you know that noise and vibration are inevitable from your construction activities, it is essential to plan in advance to show to the authorities that you are aware of the impact your actions may have on the environment. By developing a Section 61 application, you can outline the work you are planning for the site and the different ways that you will mitigate the impact of noise and vibration.

With this, you are demonstrating a professional and caring approach to the community and environment, while also explaining the measures that can help to minimise noise complaints. If the local authority provides Section 61 consent, then this reduces the likelihood of the work being halted through a Section 60 notice, as you already have a noise management plan in place.

How Healthy Abode Can Help

To save you time and stress, the acoustic experts at Healthy Abode can help to create your Section 61 application. From extensive site reviews to baseline noise surveys, we’ll create a carefully planned and comprehensive application that satisfies the concerns that your local authority may have.

 

 

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