EXCLUSIVE: Deafening sound, flights running all night and a property price plunge of more than 10 per cent: The suburbs that could be hit when western Sydney’s new airport opens

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EXCLUSIVE: Deafening sound, flights running all night and a property price plunge of more than 10 per cent: The suburbs that could be hit when western Sydney’s new airport opens

 Charlie Coë For Daily Mail Australia 

30 SEPTEMBER 2019

a close up of a rock: Western Sydney's new airport (digital rendering pictured) will cause residents to suffer under deafening flight paths and lead to uncertainty in the property market, experts have warned

© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 

Western Sydney’s new airport (digital rendering pictured) will cause residents to suffer under deafening flight paths and lead to uncertainty in the property market, experts have warned Western Sydney’s new airport will cause residents to suffer under deafening flight paths and lead to uncertainty in the property market, experts have warned.

Construction on the $5.6billion Western Sydney International Airport at Badgerys Creek began a year ago – with the 24-hour airport due to open in 2026.

While the proposed flight paths will not be released for another two years, indicative routes show planes will descend to just 1,500m as they fly over the city’s outer western suburbs before landing.

That means suburbs like Blaxland, Glenbrook and Emu Plains could face deafening roars from landing aircraft.

The Federal Government’s Environmental Impact Statement estimates that by 2063 a flight will depart daily from the airport, which is equal to about a flight a minute. 

Property analyst Louis Christopher told Daily Mail Australia you only had to look at differing property prices around Sydney’s existing airport to get an idea about how flight paths could impact on house prices.

‘In inner-west suburbs like Leichardt that are right under the flight paths properties do trade at a discount,’ the founder of SQM Research said.

‘They do change in value and it can be more than 10 per cent.’ 

‘I can’t imagine there could be any reason for that difference other than planes flying over.’

Core Logic data shows a more than seven per cent difference in median house prices between Mascot – directly adjacent to the airport – and neighbouring Eastlakes. 

a view of a city: 'Over time I think prices will recover like with Sydney Airport but it could be difficult to begin with,' estate agent Hunter Maxwell of LJ Hooker Bringelly told Daily Mail Australia

© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited ‘Over time I think prices will recover like with Sydney Airport but it could be difficult to begin with,’ estate agent Hunter Maxwell of LJ Hooker Bringelly told Daily Mail Australia

Local realtors in the Badgerys Creek area too predict there could be a negative impact on prices.

‘Over time I think prices will recover like with the area around Sydney Airport but it could be difficult to begin with,’ estate agent Hunter Maxwell of LJ Hooker Bringelly told Daily Mail Australia.

‘You’ve got half a demographic who will stay for the jobs and having an airport next door, but half as well who don’t want the noise.’ 

a close up of a map: While the proposed flight paths will not be released for another two years, indicative routes show planes will descend to just 1500m in the far western suburbs ahead of arrival (pictured in yellow)

© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited While the proposed flight paths will not be released for another two years, indicative routes show planes will descend to just 1500m in the far western suburbs ahead of arrival (pictured in yellow)

The approval of a third runway at Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport in 2012 led to LJ Hooker Tullamarine’s managing director Steve Hoblos predicting a 10 per cent drop in property prices.  

*Acoustic expert Barry Murray has also warned those living within 10km of the airport could expect a routinely disturbed sleep.

*In the Blue Mountains town of Blaxland, which is located directly underneath the ‘merge point’ of the different flight paths, the noise is expected to reach 55 decibels almost 100 times a day.

The average conversation volume is around 60 decibels, and Mr Murray said while the sound of a plane flying overhead may not wake residents up, it would disturb their sleep.

‘They may not be aware of the noise, but it affects the level of sleep and therefore the rest they get from that sleep,’ he told ABC News.

Blue Mountains mayor Mark Greenhill told Daily Mail Australia the delay to the flight path announcement was becoming a real concern.

‘We gave our responses and opposition to the environmental impact statement in 2015, but things have changed again and we just don’t know what’s happening,’ he said.

A spokesman for the Deparment of Infrastructure, Transport and Cities told Daily Mail Australia the process of flight path design for the airport was still ongoing.

‘The Government has always been clear there will be a comprehensive process to develop and formalise the flight paths which will include formal community consultation,’ the spokesman said.

a blue and white sign on a pole: The Federal Government's Environmental Impact Statement estimates that by 2063 a flight will depart daily from the airport, which is equal to about a flight a minute

© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Federal Government’s Environmental Impact Statement estimates that by 2063 a flight will depart daily from the airport, which is equal to about a flight a minute

He had earlier described the delay to releasing details of the flight paths as ‘insulting and disrespectful.’

Prime Minister Scott Morrison this month heralded a new visitor centre at the airport as a drawcard for locals and tourists with prime views of the site’s construction.

‘Locals and tourists will be able to take in Western Sydney International Airport years before a plane even takes off,’ he said in a statement. 

‘This centre will provide an opportunity for the people of Western Sydney to see first-hand the transformation underway in the region, driven by the airport’s development.’  

a close up of text on a white background: Prime Minister Scott Morrison this month heralded a new visitor centre (pictured) at the airport as a drawcard for locals and tourists with prime views of the site's construction

© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prime Minister Scott Morrison this month heralded a new visitor centre (pictured) at the airport as a drawcard for locals and tourists with prime views of the site’s construction

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