Residential visual amenity assessment in EIA
LUC's Rebecca Knight considers the growing importance of residential visual amenity as part of environmental impact assessment (EIA) for windfarmsResidential visual amenity means visual amenity from residential properties including their gardens. It is a subset of residential amenity, which also includes aspects such as noise, light, vibration
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