Future pollutants as the defence of a party involved in construction proceedings
Did you know that building authorities have an important obligation to consider private-legal objections from parties involved in the proceedings?
Typical objections from parties to a construction proceeding may be concerns about future pollutants such as noise, dust, smoke or other effects that are unreasonable for local conditions.
What are the consequences of not investigating pollutants? How do we defend ourselves against them and how can we ensure the so-called "well-being of living"?