Airport noise levels are already prescribed in the District Plan and all the various airport users are familiar with those rules.
From the public’s point of view, the most important thing in making any complaint about noisy aircraft, is to do it promptly and to have available the time of the incident and a description.
All complaints regarding noise generated from the Kāpiti Coast Airport or airport activities can be made by either:
The complaint should include as much information as possible to help the investigation and then docmentation and findings regarding the complaints will be reviewed by the Community Liaison Group.
An airport related group came into existence in August 2007 following the adoption of the Airport Noise Management Plan by the Kāpiti Coast District Council.
The Airport Noise Management Plan was developed by a review panel and accepted by council in September 2010 as meeting the new District Plan requirements.
At council’s 13 September 2012 Regulatory Management Committee (RMC) meeting, the revised Airport Noise Management Plan was endorsed.
The CLG is comprised of representatives from the Paraparaumu community, airport users, airport owner and management and local iwi.
|Independent Chair||Hilary Wooding|
|Airport manager||Jason Russell|
|Paraparaumu-Raumati Community Board Representative||Jonny Best|
Community Representative (Kapiti Retirement Trust)
|Community Representative||Don Day|
|Airport operator - Kapiti Aero Club||Peter Merwood|
|Airport operator - Wellington Gliding Club||
|Chief Executive, Kapiti Coast Airport||Robert Binney|
|Te Ati Awa ki Whakarongotai Inc||Jack Rikihana|
|Council Advisor - District Plan Policy||Paul Busing|
|Council Advisor - Noise||Julie Lloyd|
The committee is required to determine the process for attending to noise complaints and to regularly review that process and activity.