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Residential Development

Pressing needs to provide more new housing means that a large number of sites are being considered for residential development. In the Secretary of State's view, residential development is noise sensitive; as many potential sites are exposed to noise from nearby roads, railways and airports, planners are obliged to consider noise exposure and future residential amenity.

AAD are experienced in assessing the noise exposure of potential residential development sites and in assisting with strategic land use and planning to best mitigate exposure to noise. Developers as well as local authorities rely upon our experience and expertise in assessing future residential amenity for large and small-scale sites.