Airports, Airways and Construction

AvLaw Pty Ltd has demonstrated ability in presenting detailed risk-based safety cases to support applications by developers for maximum permissible building heights across multiple capital cities in the country.


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For developers entering emerging property hotspots or exploring opportunities to redevelop established suburbs, it has become apparent that a greater state of awareness of the implications of construction activities on airspace management has filtered throughout the major stakeholders in the industry. Any activity that infringes an airport’s protected airspace is called controlled activity, and requires approval before it can be carried out.

AvLaw Pty Ltd has demonstrated ability in presenting detailed risk-based safety cases to support applications by developers for maximum permissible building heights across multiple capital cities in the country. AvLaw understands that a multitude of factors can cause changes to construction schedules. In this regard, we have managed a number of amendments to approvals already given when timelines have needed to be extended, particularly with regards to crane activity.

In depth assessment of airspace limits by our team of specialist aviation consultants has proven to yield positive outcomes for all our clients to date. More recently, we have seen a value in providing preliminary advice for sites earmarked for future development which in turn has played a major role in determining the feasibility of particular sites, even prior to the purchase of sites being considered.

Our services include:

  • Building height and crane activity approvals
  • Aeronautical Impact Assessments
  • Airspace reviews

For more information on our services to the construction industry, download the flyer here

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