Sharps Redmore associate Clive Bentley has guest authored the feature article, ‘How do you measure tranquillity?’ for the latest issue of Environmental Scientist magazine.
This edition of the journal of the Institution of Environmental Sciences explores the search for tranquillity from a range of viewpoints. From why people seek out quiet places, to investigating the balancing act of noise pollution mitigation in construction and discovering how to safely deter bats from flying into danger. Designing positive and beneficial soundscapes is also discussed.
Thank you to the IES for inviting Clive and Sharps Redmore to contribute to such a worthwhile and timely issue.
You can read the full magazine, including Clive’s feature article on measuring tranquillity on the IES website.
This week Sharps Redmore’s Clive Bentley presented evidence at a hearing into the proposed transport tunnel under the UNESCO-listed site.