A formal channel of communication between the Department for Transport and airspace and airport noise stakeholders.
Purpose of the group
The Airspace and Noise Engagement Group (ANEG) acts as a formal channel of communication between the Department for Transport and airspace and airport noise stakeholders.
The ANEG covers all aspects of national airspace and airport noise policy development. It acts as a sounding board to identify, discuss and, where possible, resolve airspace and airport noise issues that impact on the work of the department. Discussions are at a strategic policy level. The ANEG does not debate or attempt to resolve individual local issues. The ANEG is also an open forum for members to share their own relevant airspace and airport noise projects.
ANEG members include representatives from each of:
- air navigation service providers
- Aviation Environment Federation
- Civil Aviation Authority
- community groups
- express delivery industry
- general aviation
- independent noise body (when established)
- local authorities
- aerospace manufacturers
- passenger organisations
- Sustainable Aviation
- UK airport consultative committees