CULDROSE HELICOPTER NOISE
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Some people are disturbed by noise others are not remember that.
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CULDROSE HELICOPTER NOISE
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It is appreciated that the operational activity undertaken at RNAS Culdrose, can unfortunately cause some annoyance to neighbours by reason of noise disturbance. With regard to the proposed development, should the Local Planning Authority decide to grant planning permission for the proposed residential development on the application site, the MoD will bear no responsibility for any complaints or claims from new residents in respect of matters of noise (and vibration) and will refer any complainants to Cornwall Council.
In connection with the previous concern, 'Noise', the MoD has concerns regarding the potential for the proposed buildings to experience building vibrations as a direct result of air borne noise emissions from fixed and rotary wing aircraft activity in/around RNAS Culdrose.
Noise emissions, associated with predominant low frequency sound components, can be transmitted into the structure of buildings causing vibrations of the primary components of the building, e.g. the vibration of floors, walls and windows, which in turn may result in the rattling of internal objects within the building.
This effect could lead to an annoyance response in the occupants of the proposed building. This annoyance can be a subjective response, which can be classified as: intrusion, distress, startle, disturbance, loss of control. Please be advised that the annoyance caused by vibration can often result in more disturbance than the noise itself.
In view of the above, it is the MoD's contention that if the Local Planning Authority decide to grant planning permission that this is subject to an imposed Planning Condition that will require the Applicant to undertake a vibration survey and assessment, in accordance with BS 6472:2008 (Part 1), post construction but before the occupation of the proposed development. Upon completion of the survey and assessment, this should be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority, in conjunction with the MoD