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Sharps Redmore are following the Government's guidelines in respect of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Staff news

9.1.20

Michael Welsh awarded a merit in MSc at Leeds Beckett University

Our Graduate Consultant Michael Welsh has completed his MSc in Audio Engineering at Leeds Beckett University and was awarded a Merit grade.

Stephen Jay awarded a distinction in MSc at London South Bank University

12.12.19

Stephen Jay awarded a distinction in MSc at London South Bank University

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. 

Tranquillity features in latest Environmental Scientist magazine

Talks & events, CPD & research

5.12.19

Tranquillity features in latest Environmental Scientist magazine

Sharps Redmore associate Clive Bentley has guest authored the feature article, ‘How do you measure tranquillity?’ for the latest issue of Environmental Scientist magazine.

Sharps Redmore serve a winner

Environmental noise & planning, Project news

5.11.19

Sharps Redmore serve a winner

Sharps Redmore has helped  secure planning permission for our clients, Solihull Arden Club, for a 'Padel Tennis' proposal at their long established tennis and racket sports complex in the heart of Solihull.  The proposal was unanimously approved by the Planning Committee, despite objectors's concerns.  

Sharps Redmore annual cricket report

Staff news

13.9.19

Sharps Redmore annual cricket report

Sharps Redmore retain the Acoustics Challenge Trophy this year with victory over SRL at Copdock Cricket Club in Suffolk on the 4th September 2019.

The battle for tranquillity at Stonehenge

Environmental noise & planning, Project news, CPD & research

13.6.19

The battle for tranquillity at Stonehenge

This week Sharps Redmore’s Clive Bentley presented evidence at a hearing into the proposed transport tunnel under the UNESCO-listed site.