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24/05/2018

Appeal: Noise reduction outweighs visual harm of 21ft tall acoustic fence

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An inspector has approved a large acoustic fence near a major railway line in Barnet, north-west London, after ruling that the benefits of reducing noise from the railway would outweigh any visual harm.

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