According to tradition, in order to qualify as a true London Cockney, you must be born with earshot of the bells from St. Mary-Le-Bow Church in London.
The Department for Communities and Local Government has today published the long-awaited Draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and formally announced the start of a 12 week consultation process.
We are currently not actively recruiting but are always interested in receiving CVs from suitably qualified and experienced individuals.
24 Acoustics is delighted to announce the appointment of two new consultants, Dave Coles and James Chaplen.
We are delighted to report that, in December 2009, 24 Acoustics’ quality management system was audited by UK ICM and was found to comply with the quality management standard ISO 9001: 2008.
24 Acoustics Ltd has been appointed to advise Marchwood Power Station on all contractual and planning/ PPC permiting noise-related issues.
24 Acoustics’ Reuben Peckham has recently assisted Sky News by providing noise surveys and technical advice relating to the impact of noise from aircraft at Heathrow Airport. The work was undertaken specifically within the context of the Runway 3 proposals.