April 2012
Noise & Vibration Bulletin;Apr2012, p111
The article offers Great Britain news briefs as of April 12, 2012. An award given to Harris Miller and Hanson Inc. by the Main Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Land Use Regulation Commission (LURC). Owners of a London penthouse flat has been sued by downstairs neighbors. Mildenhall stadium of Suffolk, England won a appeal against a couple who bought a house nearby and sued over the noise.


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