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Open Lecture: Benz Kotzen – NOISE IS AN URBAN ISSUE October 3, 2010

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Architecture Open Lecture Series 2010 /11

  • University of Greenwich
  • School of Architecture & Construction
  • Mansion Site, Avery Hill Campus
  • Bexley Road, Eltham, London SE9 2PQ
  • Norbert Singer Lecture Theatre (M055)

Wed 27 October 2010 17.00

Benz Kotzen


Noise affects many people in urban environments. Studies indicate that increases in noise levels have an impact on the health and the quality of life of people. In many countries, noise is a low priority issue but in the ‘developed world’ legislation dictates that noise needs to be dealt with. This lecture focuses on tackling traffic noise pollution and the many ways that noise reductions can be achieved in simple as well as innovative and creative ways.

Benz Kotzen is a Chartered Landscape Architect, Senior lecturer in the School of Architecture and Construction and has co‐authored publications on Environmental Noise. This interest commenced whilst working at Arup. Other experience/interests include Environmental Impact Assessment, Sustainable Landscape Design and water management in Arid Areas, Urban Agriculture including Aquaponics.

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