Varadkar insists locals' concerns about new €320m runway project at Dublin Airport are not being ignored Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has insisted that the concerns of local people whose homes are close to the new €320m runway project at Dublin Airport are not being ignored by the DAA, the semi-State company that operates the gateway, [...]
It was an honour to meet with Rupert Taylor this evening in Dublin. Rupert has a wealth of experience in acoustic consulting, going back as far as 1968. It is so interesting to know how the acoustics industry evolved and developed originally in the UK.
A Nuisance homeowner, who has been keeping her neighbours awake at night by slamming doors and windows and throwing objects against a wall, has been warned she faces a month in prison if the noise continues. Ewa Walsh claimed it was a draught that caused the doors to slam, and said the noises were "normal [...]
Jackpot for Kilkenny amusement arcade as Bord overrules council planning refusal PERMISSION GRANTED, WITH RESTRICTIONS AROUND OPENING HOURS, NOISE LEVELS, SIGNAGE An Bord Pleanala has paved the way for a vacant unit on Barrack Street in Kilkenny City to become an amusement arcade, overturning a decision by Kilkenny County Council last year. With an area [...]
A row between neighbours about noise from jacuzzis bubbled over into a full-blown court case. And now a Ring of Kerry couple, Stephen and Siobhán O’Sullivan, have been ordered to switch off fans in the ‘leisure area’ in their home. Neighbours complained that the noise from the extractor fans and a heat pump used for [...]