Norwich Airport invites comment on masterplan
Norwich Airport has published a draft masterplan setting out a vision for the airport’s continued growth over the next 30 years.
It explains how the airport can increase its significant contribution to the local economy while improving the experience of passengers and boosting East Anglia’s connectivity for business and leisure at home and abroad.
Passenger numbers exceeded 500,000 for the first time last year since 2008, and could rise to 1.4 million by 2045. Norwich Airport is worth some £70 million to the local economy and this could increase to £170 million in the same period.
The draft masterplan outlines options for how the airport could grow in a sustainable way in the coming decades, and is now available for comment at local council offices and via the links below.
The draft masterplan is currently open to consultation until 15th September 2017.
Due to technical difficulties experienced with the Airport’s website on Friday 15th September, the consultation response deadline has been extended to Wednesday 20th September.
Please note the draft Masterplan link will take a short while to open due to file size (140 pages).
Hard copies are available to view at the following locations:
Broadland District Council – 1 Yarmouth Road, Norwich, NR7 0DU
Hellesdon Parish Council – Diamond Jubilee Lodge, Wood View Road, Norwich, NR6 5QB
Mile Cross Library – Aylsham Road, Norwich, NR3 2RJ
Norwich City Council – St Peters Street, Norwich, NR2 1NH
Old Catton Parish Council – The Pavilion, Church Street, Old Catton, NR6 7DS
Spixworth Parish Council – Village Hall, Crostwick Lane, Spixworth, NR10 3NQ
The Black Swan Inn – 25 Norwich Road, Horsham St Faiths, Norwich, NR10 3HJ