Aran Acoustics specialise in carrying out noise surveys and noise impact assessments for a variety of projects, industries and sectors, such as residential developments and educational buildings. A noise impact assessment is carried out in order to support planning applications, assess the environmental impact from industries, and comply with environmental legislation.

Baseline noise surveys form an integral part of the  acoustic design for many housing, office, educational and healthcare developments where the future occupants of the building may be affected by noise from the surrounding environment.

At Aran Acoustics our aim is to take on board our client’s vision and follow up each noise impact assessment with practical, cost effective solutions that are tailored to the individual project needs. When working on a project it’s important for plans to be put into place to ensure that the introduction of a new development will not have a detrimental impact on the existing environment.

You can use the menu below to navigate through the different types of noise surveys we are able to provide, or alternatively you can contact us to discuss your requirements. Although we are based in London, we offer our acoustic design and assessment services to clients nationwide.

Residential Noise Survey


Aran Acoustics can carry out noise surveys and assessments for residential planning applications. A noise […]

Noise Impact Assessment


Aran Acoustic carry out Environmental Noise Impact Assessments for a variety of projects and developments […]

Plant Noise Assessment


A plant noise assessment is normally requested at the planning stage to assess the impact […]

Noise at Work Survey

We carry out noise surveys and assessments for The Control of Noise at Work Regulations […]

Industrial Noise Survey

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Aran Acoustics carry our noise surveys and noise impact assessments for Industrial developments to support […]

Schools Noise Survey


The Acoustic performance standards for the Priority School Building Programme supersedes Section 1 of Building Bulletin […]