Biggin Hill Airport consultation now closed
PUBLISHED: 17:12 13 March 2015 | UPDATED: 17:13 13 March 2015
Bid to increase operating hours to be discussed on Wednesday, March 25, at 7pm
Bromley council’s most responded to consultation - on the future of Biggin Hill Airport – closed at 5pm tonight (Friday).
And now the application to increase operating hours at Biggin Hill Airport will be considered later this month at a special Bromley Council meeting.
The meeting to discuss Biggin Hill Airport Limited’s (BHAL) application is being held on Wednesday, March 25, at 7pm in the Council Chamber.
Immediately afterwards, the council’s executive will then make a decision about BHAL’s proposal, with this meeting being held in the Great Hall.
Councillor Stephen Carr, Leader of Bromley Council, said, “There has been significant public interest about the Airport’s proposal and I would like to thank residents for taking the time to respond.
“There are clearly many and varied views being expressed, with strong views held by those both for and against the proposals. There is still time to respond to our consultation if you have not already done so and the easiest way is via the council’s website, where the full application details are also published.”
The council has received more than 36,000 responses along with other letters and representations.
Details about the application are available at www.bromley.gov.uk/bigginhillairport.
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