Our experienced and knowledgeable team have published the following books and papers.

Kotzen B and English C, 2009, Environmental Noise Barriers 2nd Ed. - A Guide to their Acoustic and Visual Design, Taylor & Francis Group, London.


Rogers P, Acoustics & the UK's approach: towards sustainable acoustics. PACS 43. 55. Cs, Sep 2007

Rogers P, C Warren, V A Sondo, Sustainability in Acoustics London 2012. IoA preceedings Vol. 29 2007

Rogers P, Environmental soundscape & wellbeing within a sustainable society, IoA preceedings, IoA Spring Conference 2009

Rogers P and Cowell J (2010) Sustainable Acoustics - Survive, Revive & Enhance, ISSA 2010

IoA Meeting Acoustic Challenges in Green Buildings 2012 - Making acoustics relevant to applied sustainability - a flagship case study on the new WWF-UK HQ, BRE Watford, 27th Sep 2012


Environmental Noise

English C (1985) Environmental noise and the onshore oil/gas industry, Proceedings of Landward Oil and Gas Conference, IBC Technical Services Ltd, London

English C E and Swift C G (1993) Assessing Noise of Wide Motorways, Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 15 (3), pp807-822

English C E (1993) Strategies for Controlling Road Traffic Noise, Transport Noise in the '90s Seminar, Borough of Tower Hamlets, London

English C (1996) Road Noise: Legislation and Policy, Addressing Transportation Noise - Environmental Noise Barrier Association and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Joint Seminar, London

English C and Cogger N (1999) An Holistic Approach to Environmental Assessment, Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics 21 (7) pp29-33

Cogger N and English C (2001) Planning a Change, Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics 23 (7) pp103-110

Noise Barriers

English C E and Kotzen B (1994) Integrating European Scale Barriers into the English Landscape, Environmental Noise Barrier Association and The Institution of Highways and Transportation - A joint seminar. Environmental noise barriers - a new perspective, London

English C (2000) Environmental Noise Barriers, Noise Update 2000, National Society for Clean Air, Birmingham

English C (2000) Effective Environmental Noise Barriers, Joint meeting Roads and Transportation Section and the Civil Division, Institution of Engineers of Ireland, Dublin

English C (2001) High Performance Barriers - Do We Need Them? A Barrier to Noise, Environmental Noise Barrier Association and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Joint Seminar, London

Building Acoustics

Cogger N, The Implications of Structureborne Noise and Vibration from Urban Rail Systems on Sensitive Buildings. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 17, 4, 39-37 1995

Cogger N, Building Regulations - Criteria and Expectations, Journal of Building Acoustics, 5, 4, 271-278,1999

Ship Acoustics and Vibration control

English C (1978) Noise Levels in Ships, New Code of Practice Discussed, The Naval Architect, September London, pp172

English C (1995) Noise and Vibration Control on Fast Catamaran Ferries, International Cruise & Ferry Review, Autumn/Winter 1995, Contract Communications Ltd, London

Industrial Noise and Vibration

Cogger N, Groundborne propagation of industrial noise and vibration to housing, Proc IOA, 24, 5, 2002


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Vibration Control:

Vibration Control:

Vibration can affect people, buildings or machines and often more than one of these receptors will be affected.

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Architectural & Building Acoustics:

Architectural & Building Acoustics:

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.

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Sustainable Acoustics deliver solutions for a sound future that protect people from our noisy world, enhance our environments using sound and connect people with nature, each other and with good design.

The English Cogger Partnership has been trading for 13 years, and has an established reputation. We have begun a transformation in the way that we deliver our business in response to the changing needs of our clients and urgency in delivering sustainable development.

We believe in providing a service based on excellent acoustic advice and high standards, and doing so in a way that values our staff, rises to the challenges of our clients but does not undermine the chances of future generations.