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Belfast City Airport Planning Agreement: Public Consultation Exercise

This consultation closed on 14th January 2005.
Since the end of the Consultation process, the Department of the Environment decided that an Examination in Public (EIP) should be conducted as part of its review of the 1997 Planning Agreement with Belfast City Airport.
An Independent Panel was appointed in January 2006 to conduct this Examination in Public. The EIP will take place in June 2006. Further information on this process may be obtained by accessing the EIP website at: Opens link in a new browser window
The Department of the Environment has launched an open and transparent public consultation process seeking representations about the current Belfast City Airport (BCA) Planning Agreement.
The Planning Agreement, which controls certain aspects of BCA’s operations, covers a number of key issues including the number of seats for sale, operating hours, air transport movements, noise and flight paths. BCA has sought an increase in the number of passenger movements, through a review of the seats for sale restriction, and the Department seeks views on this proposal in the context of the overall Planning Agreement.

Responding to this consultation

The closing date for receipt of representations is 14th January 2005 and must be made in writing.
By Post: BCA Planning Agreement Consultation
Planning Service Headquarters
Admin Section
2nd floor, Millennium House
17 – 25 Great Victoria Street
Belfast BT2 7BN
In keeping with the Department’s policy on openness, all submissions received plus any other relevant material have been published on the Planning Service web site.

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Contact details

  • Telephone: (028) 9041 6858
  • Textphone: (028) 9054 0642
  • Fax: (028) 9041 6802

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