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Appendices

APPENDIX I-Airport performance data

The information in this appendix supplements the performance reporting in the body of the annual report, particularly the summary information on airport performance for Output 1.4.2.

Table I.1 Airport lease review meetings, 2005 and 2006

Airport

2005 Lease review meeting held

2006 Lease review meeting held

Adelaide

1 June 2005

22 June 2006

Alice Springs

29 July 2005

24 August 2006

Archerfield

30 June 2005

19 July 2006

Bankstown

12 May 2005

29 March 2006

Brisbane

11 July 2005

23 May 2006

Camden

12 May 2005

29 March 2006

Canberra

28 June 2005

16 June 2006

Darwin

29 July 2005

24 August 2006

Essendon

9 June 2005

5 May 2006

Gold Coast

27 July 2005a

18 July 2006

Hobart

16 March 2005

5 April 2006

Hoxton Park

12 May 2005

29 March 2006

Jandakot

21 April 2005

26 September 2006

Launceston

5 April 2005

28 June 2006

Melbourne

23 August 2005b

22 August 2006

Moorabbin

8 June 2005

4 May 2006

Mount Isa

November 2005c

18 July 2006

Parafield

1 June 2005

22 June 2006

Perth

22 April 2005

25 September 2006

Sydney

11 May 2005

29 March 2006

Tennant Creek

29 July 2005

24 August 2006

Townsville

27 July 2005d

18 July 2006

Note: The 2004-05 annual report indicated that 17 reviews were completed by 30 June 2005, another four reviews were completed in July 2005 with the remainder to be completed by October 2005. This was correct at the time the annual report was being prepared. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the number of reviews shown to have been completed or expected to have been completed by the end of July 2005 varied (see notes a to c below). For this reason, the form of reporting of lease reviews has been changed in this annual report to reflect the actual dates of lease review meetings held.

a The Gold Coast meeting was postponed from 30 June 2005 because of extreme weather conditions at the airport.
b It was expected that the 2005 lease review for Melbourne Airport would be held in October 2005. However, it was held in August 2005.
c The Mt Isa meeting was not held on 28 June 2005 as initially agreed between the airport and the department. The lease review did not include a face-to-face meeting on this occasion, but was conducted on the basis of documentation received from the airport.
d The Townsville meeting was postponed from 30 June 2005 and rescheduled to coincide with the Gold Coast meeting, as both airports are owned by the same company.

Table I.2 Airport insurance reviews

Airport

Adviser's report received by department

Date of department's first follow-up with airport

Date final documents received from airport

Date of final letter to airport

Adelaide/Parafield

27 April 2006

4 May 2006

19 May 2006

26 May 2006

Archerfield

29 March 2006

8 May 2006

One issue still under discussion with airport

Bankstown / Hoxton Park / Camden

6 June 2006

No outstanding issues

n.a.

20 June 2006

Brisbane

14 March 2006

24 March 2006

6 April 2006

4 May 2006

Canberra

3 March 2006

No outstanding issues

n.a.

20 March 2006

Darwin / Alice Springs / Tennant Creek

17 January 2006

7 March 2006

23 April 2006

13 June 2006

Essendon

14 March 2006

24 March 2006

16 May 2006

7 June 2006

Gold Coast / Townsville / Mt Isa

1 June 2006

No outstanding issues

n.a.

7 June 2006

Hobart

14 June 2006

29 June 2006

One issue outstanding-awaiting documentation from airport

Jandakot

17 January 2006

27 February 2006

14 March 2006

4 April 2006

Melbourne / Launceston

27 April 2006

17 May 2006

31 August 2006

4 September 2006

Moorabbin

17 January 2006

No outstanding issues

n.a.

27 February 2006

Perth

14 March 2006

29 March 2006

21 June 2006

23 June 2006

Sydney

14 June 2006

23 June 2006

25 August 2006

5 September 2006

Note: The renewal periods of insurance policies vary between airports; therefore, annual reviews may not always correspond with
financial years.

Table I.3 Environmental authorisations

Airport

AEO

Authorisation holder

Date approved

Period of validity

Nature of authorisation

Gazetted?
(date/issue)

Melbourne

B Perry

Australian Pacific Airports (Melbourne) Pty Ltd

11 September 2005

3 months

Discharge of surface waters containing cadmium, copper, lead, zinc, nitrogen and phosphorus exceeding Sch. 2

Not required for periods less than 90 days

Melbourne

B Perry

Australian Pacific Airports (Melbourne) Pty Ltd

11 December 2005

3 months

Discharge of surface waters containing cadmium, copper, lead, zinc, nitrogen and phosphorus exceeding Sch. 2

Not required for periods less than 90 days

Melbourne

B Perry

Australian Pacific Airports (Melbourne) Pty Ltd

12 March 2006

3 months

Discharge of surface waters containing cadmium, copper, lead, zinc, nitrogen and phosphorus exceeding Sch. 2

Not required for periods less than 90 days

Melbourne

B Perry

Australian Pacific Airports (Melbourne) Pty Ltd

11 June 2006

3 months

Discharge of surface waters containing cadmium, copper, lead, zinc, nitrogen and phosphorus exceeding Sch. 2

Not required for periods less than 90 days

Brisbane

E Eugster

Chubb Fire Safety Limited

10 February 2006

9 May 2006

Release of impounded water affected by surfactants

26 April 2006

Adelaide

M Furulis

Adelaide Airport Ltd

19 June 2006

31 July 2006

Release of impounded waters, should it be required, with levels of contaminants in excess of the Regulations

5 July 2006

(GN 26)

Table I.4 Timeliness of airport expenditure plans and audit reports

Expenditure plans (due 1 July each year)

2004-05

2005-06a

On time

1

0

Late

8

5

Not received

-

-

No. required

9

5

Audited reports (due September each year for previous financial year)

On time

5

3

Late

4

5

Not received

-

-

No. required

9

8

a Melbourne and Adelaide Airports have met their Schedule 11 commitments, and are no longer subject to further reporting requirements. As Hobart, Perth and Launceston Airports were expected to meet their Schedule 11 commitments during 2004-05, the submission of an updated expenditure plan was not required from those airports.

Table I.5 Approved major development plans

Airport

Development

Approval date

2006

Perth

Clay Manufacturing Plant

15 August 2006

Perth

Coles Myer Distribution Centre

24 July 2006

Brisbane

Multi-level car park

20 June 2006

Canberra

Factory Outlet Centre

26 April 2006

Canberra

Runway extension, minor variation

4 April 2006

Melbourne

Reject Shop Distribution Centre

1 March 2006

Melbourne

DHL Danzas Air and Ocean Freight Facility

1 March 2006

Gold Coast

Tugun bypass

20 February 2006

2005

Essendon

Bulla Road, minor variation

13 October 2005

Sydney KSA

Car park-international precinct

13 April 2005

Adelaide

IKEA store

1 February 2005

Parafield

Cross Keys works

19 January 2005

Airport

Development

Approval date

2004

Essendon

Bulla Road commercial-retail development

16 December 2004

Melbourne

Office development

12 November 2004

Gold Coast

Runway works

8 November 2004

Canberra

Runway works

25 August 2004

Brisbane

Direct factory outlet

25 June 2004

Melbourne

International mail sorting facility

16 June 2004

Brisbane

Virgin Blue hangar

11 May 2004

2003

Perth

Woolworths warehousing and distribution park

14 November 2003

Canberra

Terminal expansion

4 November 2003

2002

Sydney KSA

Two office buildings-international precinct

31 May 2002

2001

Brisbane

Qantas aircraft maintenance base

11 December 2001

2000

Coolangatta

International terminal

28 February 2000

Brisbane

Hotel and car park development

14 April 2000

Melbourne

Multi-user domestic terminal

14 April 2000

1999

Adelaide

Multi-user international terminal

14 December 1999

1998

Brisbane

Airport rail link

29 August 1999

Notes: Draft major development plans currently under assessment include:

  • Brisbane-International Terminal Extension and Northern Concourse Extension
  • Brisbane-Gateway Upgrade Project through Brisbane Airport
  • Brisbane-Northern Access Roads Project on Brisbane Airport
  • Sydney-Aviation and Retail Business Park (including offices) South South-East Precinct