The Noise Climate Post-Brexit, a short new e-book, has been launched. It is the first publication to assess what UK noise policy might look like after Brexit. It argues there could be a new freedom for Government, the private sector and individual entrepreneurs to develop practical solutions to the ‘the pollutant that affects more people in their day to day lives than just about any other’.
Here is the link to the book: http://hacan.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/The-Noise-Climate-Post-Brexit-1-1.pdf
It is an upbeat book, with an emphasis on solutions not problems to many aspects of noise pollution. It makes a plea for piped music to be regulated in places where people have no choice but to listen to it “No patient should unwillingly be subjected to piped music or televisions in hospitals. health centres or nursing homes”.
For further information contact John Stewart the author on 0207 737 6641 or 07957385650