Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037

In The Studio This Week: Southampton Airport delivers its Master Plan 2037


As we come to the end of our holiday season – and start booking new ones! – this week has enriched our love of holidays by seeing the launch of Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037. 

Long term client, Southampton Airport, has been working extra hard putting together its vision for the future, and team Glow has loved working on the creatives. From exhibition pop-ups and infographics to power points and the full branded consultation document we’ve really enjoyed watching the project come alive.

Southampton Airport (on Wednesday 19 September 2018) launched a six-week public consultation seeking feedback on its draft Master Plan which sets out its long-term vision for growth.

The Master Plan details how the airport plans to grow and continue to support the region over the next 20 years. It includes passenger forecasts and infrastructure requirements to meet the growing demand for air travel to and from the region. It also highlights the development of a runway starter extension as well as the expansion of the existing terminal building.

The airport is a key driver of the Hampshire economy and aims to support in excess of 1,500 jobs and contribute £400m to the economy per annum by 2037. Crucially, the Master Plan also details the way in which Southampton Airport plans to grow in a responsible and sustainable manner.

Neil Garwood, Managing Director of Southampton Airport, said: “Southampton Airport is a key component of Hampshire’s transport infrastructure and, as one of the largest employers, it makes a significant contribution to the local economy. Our Master Plan details the investment and development required to not only maintain, but importantly how to improve our region’s future connectivity and economic prosperity.

“There are constraints which we must, together with our local communities, overcome if we are to realise our ambition. Southampton Airport has one of the shortest runways in the UK and is unable to provide the same breadth of European air services that other regional airports can offer. We are therefore keen to address this to allow us to provide an enhanced choice of air services to European destinations for our customers and the region as a whole”.

“We are fully committed to growing the airport responsibly and looking forward to hearing your ideas on the continued development of our airport. All comments will be carefully considered and taken into account when preparing the final version of the Master Plan.”

The Eastleigh MP Mims Davies said: “This is great news for the community that the ability to fly and work at Southampton Airport will be increased. As the local Member of Parliament, it’s my aim to make sure those great opportunities for our local businesses or holiday-makers are balanced with environmental concerns and the challenge of growing. My experience of the airport is that they are a good friendly neighbour and I’ll be making sure we are all working together to deliver the thriving airport with a strong environmental footprint.”

Members of the public will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from the airport to discuss the Master Plan in more detail and share their feedback. A series of drop-in sessions will be held at the following venues:

  • Friday 5 October – Shawford Parish Hall, 17:00 – 21:00
  • Monday 8 October – Holiday Inn Eastleigh, 17:00 – 21:00
  • Tuesday 16 October – Bitterne Park School, 17:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday 20 October – Southampton Airport, 09:00 – 13:00

To view the Southampton Airport Master Plan and find out further information on how to submit your views please visit www.southamptonairport.com/masterplan. The consultation will close on Tuesday 30 October 2018.

Source: Southampton Airport

Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037

Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037

Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037

Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037
Southampton Airport’s Draft Master Plan 2037

 

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