Hobart PIR Update #5

We have now completed the draft Post Implementation Review (PIR) report for the Hobart Airspace Design Review which will be published for community and stakeholder feedback in early November 2021.

A community information session for the draft PIR will be held on 13 November 2021 in Hobart. To allow for greater participation, we will be holding the session in both in-person and online format. We have set a limit of 50 people for the face to face session to manage COVID-19 risks and to ensure we can have a meaningful discussion with attendees. A Livestream will also be provided on the Engage project page and we will publish a recording of the key presentations on our Engage Airservices site after the event.

Session details

Date: Saturday, 13 November 2021

Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm

Venue: Wrest Point Hotel, 410 Sandy Bay Rd, Hobart 7005 Tasmania, Australia

Purpose of the session

The session will provide an opportunity for Airservices to present the PIR findings and to discuss the community and industry suggested alternative assessment outcomes.

Filming and camera equipment is not permitted in the sessions as they deter participation.

Registration for attendance

Due to COVID-19 restrictions in Tasmania affecting the number of people allowed in indoor venues, and to provide a meaningful opportunity for discussion between Airservices and the community, sessions are limited to 50 guests and all attendees must RSVP. Free car parking is available on site.

To join our session, please complete the form here. Registration will close on Wednesday, 10 November. Registrants will be sent email confirmation prior to the session.

Watch the Livestream

A link to the Livestream will be provided on the Engage project page prior to the session. You do not need to register to participate in the Livestream.

Submit questions

To allow for equitable participation in the session and gathering of any data to support more detailed responses, we are asking that community questions be submitted in advance of the session, by 10 November, using the online form here.

If you do not intend to attend in person but would still like to ask a question you can submit them here.

The opportunity to ask questions online and in person at the event will be provided, but responses may be limited by reasonable access to supporting information.

COVID Safety Measures

We will be complying with all COVID safety measures required at the time of the sessions. Please ensure you adhere to Tasmanian Government COVID requirements. More details can be found at: https://www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/families-community/current-restrictions

Airservices has been progressing the recommended actions identified through the Post Implementation Review (PIR). The status of each recommended action is available to view here https://engage.airservicesaustralia.com/46094/widgets/319381/documents/245468.

We are progressing the recommended actions for community and industry suggested flight path alternatives as two separate packages of work.

A new project page has been created on Engage Airservices https://engage.airservicesaustralia.com/hobart-community to provide you with ongoing updates on the delivery of these two packages of work. Please subscribe to this new page to continue receiving updates on this project.

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