Changes to Remote Key Equipment take effect from 29 July 2020
13 July 2020
On 29 April 2020, the Commission released the response to the consultation proposing the removal of condition, 2.1.1.
This condition requires licensees to apply for a variation of their licence when adding or relocating key equipment to a different jurisdiction. We also proposed that we would no longer require licensees, under notification requirement 220.127.116.11, to tell us when they add or relocate key equipment within the same jurisdiction.
These two changes will take effect from 29 July 2020. From this date, the Commission will no longer require remote operators to:
- make an application to vary the licence prior to adding or relocating any remote key equipment from the jurisdiction stated in Schedule R of the licence
- submit a key event if they move remote key equipment within a jurisdiction.
To prepare for these changes, we will be changing eServices to remove the sections relating to remote key equipment. Similar changes will be made to the Operating Licence (OL) variation form available to download from our website.
Please note that any applications submitted up to and including 28 July 2020 will be processed as normal. If you then choose to withdraw the OL variation application, please note that you will not be entitled to a refund.
It is advised that you destroy any old downloaded copies of the OL variation form as these will no longer be accurate.
Last updated: 11 August 2021
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