Updates to ANEF and PANS-OPS Mapping
Interactive Mapping has been updated to include new airport mapping (ANEF and PANS-OPS).
The Gold Coast Airport 2017 Master Plan includes updated mapping for the Australian Noise Exposure Forecast (ANEF) and Procedures for Air Navigation Services – Aircraft Operational (PANS-OPS) surfaces. This mapping effectively overrides the following equivalent mapping in the City Plan:
- Airport environs – Australian Noise Exposure Forecast (ANEF) contour overlay map, which seeks to ensure impacts of aircraft noise on residential and noise-sensitive development are minimised; and
- Airport environs – Procedures for Air Navigation Services - Aircraft Operational (PANS-OPS) surfaces overlay map, which seeks to control building and structure heights to maintain the current or future operational efficiency of the airport, or prevent hazards to the safe navigation of aircraft using the airport’s prescribed airspace.
Updated ANEF and PANS-OPS layers have now been published to City Plan Interactive Mapping.