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Gloucester Airport Expansion - CASE Update #7

Gloucester Airport Expansion - CASE Update #7 - 13th January 2009

1. Gloucester City Council meet at 19:30 on Thursday 15th January 2009 to decide whether support the Airport's business plan. The meeting is open to the public and there will be the opportunity for the public to ask questions.

The Cabinet recomendations to Council can de downloaded from Gloucester City Council website via this link :


This meeting will be held at the Council offices :

        Gloucester City Council
        North Warehouse
        The Docks
        GL1 2EP


3. The planning applications submitted by the airport have still not been considered by the Tewkesbury Borough Council planning committee.

As soon as the committee date and the planning officers recommendations are published we will send an update with the details of the committee members so that you can contact them directly and make your views known.

Clearly the planners see the expansion as an issue, as they have spent over two years (since Dec 2006) analysing the applications to judge if, and to what extent, there will be 'intensification'.


4. About CASE (Concerned residents Against Staverton Expansion)

For details about CASE, visit the website at www.case-online.org.uk

CASE are local residents concerned about plans to expand Gloucestershire (Staverton) airport. More details, and regular updates, can be found on the CASE website at www.case-online.org.uk

People attending the 2006 public meeting at Chosen Hill School were invited to leave their names contact details so that they could be kept up-to-date with plans to develop the airport. This e-mail has been sent to all of the people who left e-mail addresses, or who have subsequently contacted us. If you would like your name removed from the list please let us know.



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