Noise Survey

Residential Noise Survey


Aran Acoustics can carry out noise surveys and assessments for residential planning applications. A noise survey is generally  requested during a planning application where noise is of concern to the future habitants of the proposed development. The purpose of the noise survey is to establish the existing environmental noise levels at the proposed site and […]

Noise Impact Assessment


Aran Acoustic carry out Environmental Noise Impact Assessments for a variety of projects and developments including residential, commercial and industrial developments.

Environmental Noise Impact Assessments are generally required when a new noise source is been proposed for an existing area. The assessment will determine the level of  impact the proposed noise source will have on the […]

Plant Noise Assessment


A plant noise assessment is normally requested at the planning stage to assess the impact of noise levels from proposed plant and machinery on nearby noise sensitive locations. This can apply to many different types of developments where noise levels from associated plant and machinery are off concern. The common method to assess such noise […]

Noise at Work Survey

We carry out noise surveys and assessments for The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005. We can provide a detailed report including actions to be carried out by ‘your company’ to ensure compliance with ‘The Regulations’ and include recommendations for the level of hearing protection required to protect employees.

The purpose of The Control of Noise […]

Industrial Noise Survey

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Aran Acoustics carry our noise surveys and noise impact assessments for Industrial developments to support planning applications. Noise from industrial premises has the potential to cause disturbance to nearby noise sensitive locations leading to complaints. A noise survey and assessment in normally required at the planning stage however the addition of new machinery and processes […]

Schools Noise Survey


The Acoustic performance standards for the Priority School Building Programme supersedes Section 1 of Building Bulletin 93. Noise disturbance caused by environmental noise has been taken into account. This requires building façades and roofs to be designed to limit the ingress of environmental noise.

The objective is to provide suitable Indoor Ambient Noise Levels for:

Table 1 of the Acoustic performance […]