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→ 48 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 In 2011, it was possible to promote 78 projects conducted by associations and institutions in the form of sponsoring. 01 Environs The airport as a good neighbour Disturbances from the noise of aircraft are unavoidable in the vicinity of an airport, so it is especially important to be a good neighbour and act responsibly. The company’s environs officer coordinates the contact between the airport company and representatives of the adjacent communities, districts and boroughs. As part of its work with the environs, the airport company handles requests from the nearby residents, is the contact for the communities and realises a large number of projects in the area surrounding the airport. Noise protection Parallel to the construction of Berlin Brandenburg Airport, the Company has implemented the noise protection programme for the residents who live adjacent to the new airport. 16,000 owners submitted a formless application for noise protection a year ago, one year before the opening of the new airport. 13,550 of these owners have in the meantime completed their documentation and fulfilled the requirements for implementing the noise protection measures in their flats/houses by the time of the operational start-up. A total of about 25,500 BER neighbours are entitled to noise protection measures. Application for noise protection can be submitted for a period of five years after the BER opening (until June 2017). The airport company is taking an unbureaucratic approach to the key issue of the effects of the changes in the flight patterns on possible noise protection claims of the neighbours. Based on the provisional patterns presented by the Deutsche Flugsicherung in July, the airport has examined the question of whether additional neighbouring residents might be entitled to noise protection. The basis for determination is the air traffic volume expected at Berlin Brandenburg Airport in 2015. The results of these calculations are now available. The inclusion of the process statements results in a claim for noise protection measures for about 150 additional airport neighbours. The residences, just under 70 in number, are in Dahlewitz. Dialogforum The Dialogforum Airport Berlin Brandenburg has assumed responsibility for settlement of the interests of the adjacent residents in community responsibility, of the environment and of the airport and to drive forward the development of the airport environs through the adoption of common decisions in the sense of a reconciliation of interests. The three working groups “Reconciliation of Interests”, “Aircraft Noise” and “Community Development” each had four sessions in 2011. The tasks handled by the three working groups such as the critical support

during the realisation of the noise protection programme or the initiation of a general noise study for improvement of the quality of life in the airport surroundings are long-term in nature and have turned out to be difficult in some areas because all of the involved parties must be prepared to make major compromises. The 9th Dialogforum took place on 30 November 2011. Results and decisions can be seen at www.dialogforum-ber.de. Active promotion One focus of the environs work is on the sector sponsoring and donations. The objective is to support associations in the proximity of the airport envi- Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 49 � 02 03 rons either financially or with donations in kind. In 2011, it was possible to promote 78 projects conducted by associations and institutions in the form of sponsoring, 11 per cent more than in the previous year. These funds were used exclusively for the development of young people and served, for example, to provide new equipment to associations, to provide basic and advanced training to youth coaches or to realise visits to training camps. Sponsoring activities in 2011 were once again dominated by the sponsoring of sports, followed by financial grants in the culture sector. In 2011, the airport company assumed cultural sponsorships for the first time and made it possible for many school classes to attend theatre and opera performances at no charge. About 50 projects, above all in the social sector, were supported by donations as well. Daycare facilities and schools were the primary beneficiaries and were able to use the funds to realise their own events and projects or to expand school libraries. Support for the region About half of the financial support benefited the adjacent districts and communities in Brandenburg – mostly associations in the districts Dahme- Spreewald and Teltow-Fläming. The other half went to projects in the adjacent boroughs. Treptow-Köpenick profited most from the grants from the airport company. By supporting young people in the region, the firm made an active contribution to the promotion of children and young people in the neighbourhoods and to enabling sustainable development. 01 Information event 2011 in conjunction with the Day of Noise 2011 02 Sport sponsoring at Berlin Brandenburg Airport 03 The daycare facility “Rappelkiste” in Blankenfelde celebrated the completion of the noise protection measures with a summer festival

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