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Last edited 09 Aug 2021
Noise management areas
Glasgow City Development Plan, Published by Glasgow City Council in 2016, defines noise management areas as: ‘Areas of the City, identified under the Environmental Noise (Scotland) Regulations 2006, as being where people are most likely to be affected by environmental noise (noise from roads, railways, airports and industrial noise, but not from domestic or workplace activities).’
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