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The Government has recently announced plans to adopt Agent of Change into The National Planning Policy Framework.
Sharps Redmore staff undertake Institute of Acoustics courses.
Sharps Redmore sponsor the Institution of Environmental Sciences 2017 Burntwood Lecture.
Sharps Redmore provide acoustic consultancy services for Stephen Perse School in Cambridge.
Sharps Redmore present a prize at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge for outstanding academic achievement.
Sharps Redmore hosted this year’s Acoustic Challenge cricket match against SRL at the picturesque Copdock Cricket Club recently. The annual event has been eagerly contested since 2004, and gives both Companies the opportunity for a social gathering.
Sharps Redmore instructed for design services on two new hotels at Welwyn Garden City and Salisbury
C3 Church & Community Space is an awarding winning two storey building on the outskirts of Cambridge, UK, including multi-purpose rooms, band practice spaces and a main hall.
Changes in planning law to permitted development rights regarding change of use from offices to residential.
We are delighted to congratulate Tom and Emily on their success at completing the IOA Certificate of Competence course at Colchester Institute.
Dan heard on Tuesday that his application was successful and the IoA membership committee approved his upgrade from AMIOA to MIOA.
Sharps Redmore are proud to have provided acoustic services to Leiston Works Railway(LWR) in Suffolk who have recently gained planning permission to re-instate a section of the former Leiston Works railway line for occasional use.
We welcome Gary Percival to Sharps Redmore this week
In January 2016, a special issue of the Journal of Building Acoustics was published focusing on Classroom Acoustics.
The Sharps Redmore Annual Company Meeting took place on the 12th January, following the AGM, at the local Holiday Inn conference centre.