Wealthy Brisbane suburbs are being 'torn apart' by noisy planes

Wealthy neighbourhoods are being 'torn apart' by noisy planes using a new billion-dollar runway with many locals being forced out of their homes Residents from Brisbane's affluent suburbs have complained of aircraft noise  Hamilton, New Farm, Teneriffe, Bulimba and Hawthorne locals say they're fed up More than 3,000 people have signed petitions calling for action from local MPs

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 07:12 GMT, 2 November 2020 | Updated: 07:12 GMT, 2 November 2020

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Residents from some of Brisbane's most affluent suburbs have complained that their neighbourhoods are being 'torn apart' by loud planes using the city's new billion-dollar runway. 

Hamilton, New Farm, Teneriffe, Bulimba and Hawthorne locals are desperately trying to ban 'flight short-cuts' over suburban areas to keep excessive noise at bay.

More than 3,000 people have signed two change.org petitions calling for Federal Member for Brisbane Trevor Evans and MP for Griffith Terri Butler to push for air traffic to be diverted. 

Hamilton, New Farm, Teneriffe, Bulimba (pictured) and Hawthorne locals are desperately trying to ban 'flight short-cuts' over suburban areas to keep noise at bay

Hamilton, New Farm, Teneriffe, Bulimba (pictured) and Hawthorne locals are desperately trying to ban 'flight short-cuts' over suburban areas to keep noise at bay

New Farm resident and petition organiser Karen Wotherspoon said locals' inner city lifestyle was being affected by the noise of planes using the nearby airport, which was completed in July

New Farm resident and petition organiser Karen Wotherspoon said locals' inner city lifestyle was being affected by the noise of planes using the nearby airport,

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