Environmental noise & planning, Project news
After more than three years of discussions and deliberations, last week the government approved a development consent order for the £1.7 billion A303 Stonehenge Expressway highway scheme.
Sharps Redmore are pleased to have assisted in a successful planning decision in Suffolk, overturning a previous refusal on appeal.
February 2020 saw the latest of many Premier Inn’s completed with the acoustic services of Sharps Redmore from start to finish in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Sharps Redmore are following the Government's guidelines in respect of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Our Graduate Consultant Michael Welsh has completed his MSc in Audio Engineering at Leeds Beckett University and was awarded a Merit grade.
One of our acoustic consultants, Stephen Jay has recently completed his MSc in Environmental and Architectural Acoustics at London South Bank University and was awarded a distinction.
Sharps Redmore associate Clive Bentley has guest authored the feature article, ‘How do you measure tranquillity?’ for the latest issue of Environmental Scientist magazine.