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Robin Hood Airport acknowledges that noise remains the impact of greatest concern for local residents to Robin Hood Airport. Robin Hood Airport have developed a Public Noise Complaints proceedure as approved by the Local Planning Authority to handle, monitor, investigate and report each complaint lodged by members of the public.
Lodging A Complaint
There is also a 24 hour answering service to lodge a complaint: 01302 623499, or alternatively write to:
Environment & Community Manager, Robin Hood Airport, Heyford House, First Avenue, Doncaster DN9 3RH
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please leave your name and address followed by the date of the disturbance, time and any other information to assist the investigation.
Robin Hood Airport has implemented a Night Noise Sanctions Scheme as part of the Airport’s Quiet Operations Policy. The scheme is designed to apply penalties to those operators whose aircraft when departing at the airport produce noise levels which are considered unreasonable having regard to the expected noise levels for that particular aircraft type. The imposition of sanctions in the form of financial penalties is to encourage operators to ensure their aircraft are operated as quietly as reasonably possible, and to deter excessively noise movements. Penalties generated from the scheme are donated to the Airport Community Investment Fund.
Robin Hood Airport have two fixed noise monitors located at Boston Park Farm to the north of the airfield and at the RAF Cadet Centre in Bawtry to the south. The Track Keeping System combines the data from the two fixed noise monitors with radar data to accurately locate the flight path of aircraft and their noise level.