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Document Type: Postprint
Title: Aircraft Noise: Annoyance, House Prices and Valuation
Authors: Brooker, Peter
Issue Date: May-2006
Citation: Peter Brooker, Aircraft Noise: Annoyance, House Prices and Valuation. Acoustics Bulletin, (2006). May/June, pages 29-32.
Abstract: “Nobody wants to buy your house. It’s the aircraft noise. You’ll have to reduce the price a lot.” Aircraft noise around airports causes annoyance, and tends to reduce the price of affected properties. Can annoyance be ‘costed’ by examining house price reductions? Are there other ways of valuing annoyance in monetary terms? This short paper summarises key research results and poses some questions.
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