System of tradable sound rights, study

Invited paper

Henk Spierenburg

DPA Cauberg-Huygen

Tuesday 2 june, 2015, 10:00 - 10:20

0.6 Madrid (49)

For many industrial aria’s and ports a strategic growth target is formulated. In order to accommodate these objectives more acoustically sound space will be required. Extension of a noise zone or increasing sound levels on the environment is not always obvious or possible. There is, in many cases, too little noise space. Making sound immission rights, granted to companies, tradable is an alternative way to gain the necessaire sound space for increasing activities, without increasing the sound pressure on the environment. When sound space becomes an valuable aced latent available sound space in companies will be noticed. In situations with very less sound space, gaining sound space can be very profitable for companies. Commissioned by the ports Moerdijk and Amsterdam, the possibility of tradable sound immission is studied. Not only the acoustics but also the legal possibilities where the subject of investigation. Aim of the study was to provide a transparent and accessible system of tradable sound rights. The system should be as simple as possible, but must contribute to its differentiated goal.

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