When Is A Noise Limit Not A Noise Limit?

7th April, 2022 by Meg Lee, Hall & Wilcox https://hallandwilcox.com.au/thinking/when-is-a-noise-limit-not-a-noise-limit/ In a landmark ruling, the Victorian Supreme Court has held that noise emitted from the Bald Hills Wind Farm constituted a nuisance to its neighbours, even if those emissions had been found to comply with the conditions in its planning permit. Further, and of cause … Continue reading When Is A Noise Limit Not A Noise Limit?

Mt Emerald Wind Farm and Marshall Day Acoustics Face Court

Legal action has been lodged in the Supreme Court of Queensland against the Mt Emerald wind farm and Marshall Day Acoustics. The wind farm noise is claimed to have exceeded noise limits, is causing substantial damage and unreasonable interference to it's neighbour. MDA is claimed to have engaged in deceptive conduct in reports related to … Continue reading Mt Emerald Wind Farm and Marshall Day Acoustics Face Court