Rail

With increased fuel costs, more and more people and freight are being transported on our already busy rail networks. Due to the age and proximity to houses of our railways, noise can often be an issue for homeowners and businesses alike. 

We advise homeowners wanting to reduce noise in their houses near to railways, developers wanting to ensure that future homeowners can enjoy their homes to the greatest extent and business owners and landlords wanting to minimise disturbance to their employees and tenants. 

We regularly prepare noise and vibration reports as well as external building fabric advice with regard to glazing requirement at the pre-planning stage to accompany planning applications for new houses in brownfield sites near to rail links. 

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