Agricultural premises can be associated with issues of pollution, noise, dust and odour depending on the type of livestock, activities on site and the closeness of sensitive properties and ecologically significant sites.  

Miller Goodall can provide assessments for all these impacts, including noise from livestock and feed deliveries, and dust, nitrogen, ammonia and odour from poultry and pig housing.  

Some forms of livestock also have the potential to impact on ecological sites, for example because of emissions of ammonia.  We have the experience required to complete screening impact assessments and detailed impact assessments using computer modelling software.  

New and converted residential properties are required to meet the sound insulation standards contained within Part E of the Building Regulations. Residential properties created from converted properties usually need specialist acoustic and air pollution consultancy input. Miller Goodall provides advice to developers on how the structure of a building can achieve and better these requirements. We also provide sound insulation testing for the purposes of Part E of the Building Regulations and currently have five registered testers under the Association of Noise Consultants (ANC) pre-completion sound insulation testing scheme.

Part E of the Building Regulations also applies to care homes, hotels, student accommodation and houses of multiple occupation.

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Bringing Miller Goodall into your project as environmental consultants means you can be certain that you are meeting the required standards of environmental best practice. Talk to us:

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