At Sustainable Acoustics we deliver solutions for a sound future that balances the need to protect people from our noisy world, enhance our environments using sound and connect people with their surroundings and each other through good design.
The company has operated over a period of 14 years, known as The English Cogger LLP who developed a reputation for providing a high quality, efficient and reliable service with an innovative response to design problems. We have built on this foundation in the way that we deliver our business, and have evolved in response to the changing needs of our clients and urgency in delivering sustainable development.
For the Tower of London, we set out how proactive and preventative steps will minimise operational noise for their summer and winter run of events.
Whether protecting an existing late hours trading licence or seeking to extend hours, you will need to consider the noise impact on the surrounding residents.
Sustainable Acoustics wins Lighthouse, Poole's centre of the arts refurbishment...
The acoustics of a space is as important as a soundscape that can assist navigation, function, and the aesthetics of a space and the way it is used.
Vibration can affect people's health and comfort or the operation of sensitive equipment. Assessment and controls is often an essential part of the design process.
There are a number of reasons for testing - Statutory requirements, Data gathering and Informing the design. We aim to future proof our projects.
"We believe in providing a service based on excellent practical acoustic advice which makes acoustics understandable and accessible, rising to the challenges presented by our clients. We value the asset that is our staff, minimise our own impacts as a company and so practice what we preach. We focus on delivering our services without undermining the chances of future generations and where appropriate, enhancing their opportunities. By working with Sustainable Acoustics you are helping to create a sound future"
Our work for the planning and environmental aspects of noise includes:
Control of external and internal noise, privacy and ensuring a suitable acoustic for speech and music are now recognised as important parameters in many building projects, whether commercial, industrial, educational, leisure or residential. Measures to provide sound insulation and optimise the acoustics of spaces are most effectively undertaken at the design stage, or as part of a refurbishment programme. The acoustics of a space is as important as a soundscape that can assist navigation, function, and the aesthetics of a space and the way it is used.LEARN MORE
Noise from industrial, leisure and domestic activities has become a significant cause for concern, particularly in residential areas. When the planning process cannot be used to prevent disturbance, the law, including Environmental Protection Act and for construction noise, the Control of Pollution Act can be used to control such noise. The use of the Noise Act 1996 and implications of the Live Music Act 2011 and Licensing Act 2003 also provide a patchwork of legislative tools that can be applied to control noise from various sources.LEARN MORE