We have published our report on the future of aviation noise management
This contains our recommendations for how aviation noise can be managed going forward, as well as how the framework of regulation should evolve. We have also published supporting documents.
Improving public confidence and trust in the management of aviation noise
We are a non-statutory, advisory body created to provide independent, impartial advice to government, regulators and the UK aviation industry. We use this website to update on our work, publish our guidance and reports, and provide simple, easy-to-understand information about how aviation noise can be measured, mitigated and managed.
In July 2020 we published A review of aviation noise metrics and measurement and a Toolkit for consulting on airspace change.
In September 2020, we published a review of the links between aviation noise and public health. In October 2020, we published a survey of people’s experiences of aviation noise during the lockdown period, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In December 2020 we published best practice for airports on engaging with communities.
In February 2021, we published a review of airport noise insulation schemes.
In June 2021, we published our plans for the next Aviation Noise Attitudes Survey (ANAS), and a report produced by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) along with a number of supporting documents.
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