Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England (ANASE) study

The purpose of the ANASE study was to produce an up-to-date analysis of the impacts of aircraft noise, building on previous research from 1985.  The ANASE study is published alongside its technical appendices, comments from the independent peer reviewers and a statement from the Department's Chief Economist, which sets out the analytical conclusions that we have drawn from the report. The study has been produced for the Department by Mva Consultancy.

Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England - Executive summary (591 kb)

Executive summary for Department for Transport in association with John Bates Services, Ian Flindell and RPS.

Published:
02 November 2007

Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England (ANASE) - Final Report (2 Mb)

Executive summary for Department for Transport in association with John Bates Services, Ian Flindell and RPS.

Published:
02 November 2007

Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England (ANASE) - Technical Appendices (7 Mb)

Technical appendices for Department for Transport in association with John Bates Services, Ian Flindell and RPS.

Published:
02 November 2007

Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England (ANASE) - Non SP Peer Review (357 kb)

Environmental Research and Consultancy Department. Civil Aviation Authority and Acoustics and Vibration Group Bureau Veritas.

Published:
02 November 2007

Chief Economist statement on Anase

Published:
02 November 2007

Comments on MVA Consultancy (146 kb)

Comments on MVA Consultancy “ANASE: Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England” and “Executive Summary” Reports to the Department for Transport.

Published:
02 November 2007

Second Review of ANASE Stated Preference Results

Professor Mark Wardman, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds.

Published:
02 November 2007

Comments on SP study for ANASE: Brett Day

Published:
02 November 2007

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