Planning Application Record : WA/2011/0520

Please note that due to the complexity of this application, the presentation date has been extended by a further 3 weeks.
Representations should be received by Friday 20th May 2011.

 LocationDunsfold Aerodrome, Stovolds Hill, Cranleigh GU6 8TB

 ProposalCertificate of Lawfulness under Section 191 use of the application land as an aerodrome for aviation activities, including for the start up, taxiing, engine testing, ground running, take off and landing of aircraft, without condition, restriction or limitation as to:
Number of aircraft
Number of take offs and landings
Type of aircraft (whether fixed wing or rotary civil or military, commercial or private, training or non-training, and whatever the origin or destination of the flight)
Size of aircraft
Weight of aircraft
Number of crew and passengers
Type and amount of freight
Period of use (hours, days, nights, weeks, weekends etc)
Surface traffic generation
Number of employees employed on or off the application land or persons generally on or off the application land
Noise, air quality other emissions and environmental effects
or otherwise.

 Applicant CompanyDunsfold Park Limited
 AgentGerald Eve
 Received Date04/04/2011
 Valid Date04/04/2011
 Case Officer
 Site Visit
 WardAlfold, Cranleigh Rural & Ellens Green
 Grid Ref503779   136900
 Decision Target 30/05/2011

 DecisionCertificate of Lawfulness Refused
 Decision Date06/07/2011
Appeal Lodged
 Appeal Dec Date05/04/2012
 Appeal DecisionAppeal Dismissed
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