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M6 Junction 19, Noise Insualation Improvement

Notice ID: MFN0657721

Notice effective from
5th May 2022 to 4th June 2022

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NOISE INSULATION NOTICE


NOISE INSULATION REGULATIONS 1975 M6 JUNCTION 19 IMPROVEMENT


The M6 Junction 19 Improvement Scheme was opened to traffic on 23 November 2021.
Assessments have determined that no residential properties are believed to qualify for offers of insulation (secondary glazing, supplementary ventilation and, where appropriate, venetian blinds and double or insulated doors) nor an equivalent grant under Regulation 3 of the Noise Insulation Regulations 1975.
Assessments have determined that no residential properties are believed to qualify for offers of insulation (secondary glazing, supplementary ventilation and, where appropriate, venetian blinds and double or insulated doors) nor an equivalent grant under Regulation 3 of the Noise Insulation Regulations 1975.

The Regulations give a right of appeal to the occupier or person entitled to occupy any dwelling or other residential property (such as an old people's home or hostel for long-stay residents), and to his/her immediate landlord or licensor (if any), where no offer of insulation or grant has been made and the dwelling or property is within 300 meters of the scheme. Any person who claims that the use of the new length of road causes or is expected to cause noise greater than the level specified in the Regulations may appeal in writing to M6 Junction 19 Improvement Scheme, National Highways, 5th Floor, Piccadilly Place, Manchester, M1 3BN. The appeal should set out the facts and request that an offer of insulation or grant be made in accordance with the provisions of the Regulations. This right of appeal must be exercised no later than 23 November 2022.

An information booklet, 'Compulsory Purchase and Compensation - Reducing the Adverse Effects of Public Development - Mitigation Works' is available free from Highways England or can be found on the gov.uk website at

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/

compulsory-purchase-and-compensation-booklet-5-reducing-the-adverse-effects-of-public-development

Khalid El-rayes,
Project Manager M6 J19 Improvement Scheme Regional Investment Programme (North) National Highways Company Limited

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