Riverside location, Turning Basin has been proposed to be the new location for a four-helicopter helipad and terminal. The decision for a new helipad was made after complaints were made that the helipad in North Wharf (whose lease will expire in two years) generates too much noise near residential areas.
This new helipad will be away from residential areas but still located in the CBD, providing opportunities for tourism operators, business as well as for emergency use.
The industry is planning on supplying the infrastructure needed, once they have been given approval, reports The Herald Sun. Three companies have banded together and signed the Fly Neighbourly Agreement, which aims to ease noise for the residents in the flight path.
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