Planning for the future
We need to plan for the long-term to ensure we can continue to meet demand for air travel to and from the region we serve.
This was the start of the conversation about our future development. The consultation ran between 16 November 2017 and 26 January 2018 and sought opinions on our priorities and initial concepts for developing the airport. The feedback we received is now being analysed and will help inform the draft master plan, which will be published with a public consultation in Spring 2018.
Our 2011 planning permission consists of 30 separate component projects which have been delivered in a phased approach. Much of this development – including two major terminal extensions – has been completed. Other projects will commence soon, including construction of a multi-storey car park opposite the terminal.
Our long term vision for development was first set out in a Master Plan published back in 2006 in response to the 2003 Government White Paper, the ‘Future of Air Transport’.
Our Surface Access Strategy sets out how we aim to deliver a low carbon, accessible, integrated, efficient and reliable transport network for travel to and from Bristol Airport for staff and passengers.
Our Noise Action Plan sets out measures to control and mitigate the impacts of noise.