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Rochester Airport Masterplan - Appendices 1 and 2

Rochester Airport Masterplan - Appendices 1 and 2

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Rochester Airport Masterplan - Appendices 1 and 2
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Consultation Feedback  Analysis Report
Rochester Airport MasterplanJune 2013
 Appendix 1
Rochester Airport
Feedback Analysis Report
1 Introduction and background 1
1.0 Introduction 11.2 Purpose o this report 1
2 Consultation Summary 2
2.1 Publicity and promotion o consultation 22.2 Public exhibition and consultationevent 13-14 May 2013 22.3 Summary o eedback received 32.4 How the masterplan should respond 42.5 Next steps 7
Appendices 8
 Appendix 1:Publicity material 8 Appendix 2:Public exhibition boards and eedback orm 11 Appendix 3:Consultation responses - eedback orms 20 Appendix 4:Consultation responses - other submissions 32
Feedback Analysis Report
Rochester Airport
1.1 Introduction
Rochester Airport is owned by Medway Council and is a vitalpart o Medway’s uture economic prosperity. However, theairport’s acilities are nearing the end o their economic lives.Investment is needed to secure the airport’s medium to long-term uture.Medway has developed a strategy o making the airport‘smaller but better’ with improved acilities or users andvisitors. The main change will be removing one o the twograss runways, and replacing the remaining one with a hardsuraced runway, with a grass runway alongside. These changes will ree up land or development next to theairport. New development provides the opportunity to:
meet Medway Council’s aspirations or the area bycreating a hub or knowledge-based employment; and
release value rom council-owned land, so helping to undimprovements to the airport.Whilst there are clear planning policies identiying the areaas a hub or high quality employment, there are no specicpolicies that protect the airport. Medway Council hasthereore commissioned Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design(supported by Campbell Reith, consulting engineers, and Aspinall Verdi, property consultants) to prepare a masterplanor the area that will provide a clear vision or the uture.
1.2 Purpose of this report
Consultation with local people is important or making surethat the masterplan takes the right approach. There are twostages o consultation:
an initial stage o inormal consultation on the emergingmasterplan beore it is nalised; and
a ormal statutory stage that will last or a minimum periodo six weeks. This is a report o the initial consultation stage, which wascentred around a two-day exhibition at the InnovationCentre, Medway. The report sets out what inormationwas shown at the exhibition, how the event was publicised,details o the responses made by local people, and howthe emerging masterplan will be changed as a result o comments made.
1 Introduction and background
Photos rom the initial consultation event

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